Bridget's Whiskey Cake
And how the cooking gene skipped a generation. Plus, Irish Mojitos and how to make corned beef hash.
If there’s a cooking gene, it can definitely skip a generation. Case in point, my mother, who was the youngest of 10 children, grew up in New England with parents that immigrated from Italy. Her mother and sisters (my grandmother and aunts) were talented cooks and bakers. Homemade pastas, cheeses, breads, pastries, sauces, pickles, and smoked and cured …
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