Category Archives: Grandparents

Griffing Avenue

Some things are ingrained in your memory forever. 12702 Griffing Avenue is up there, the two flat that my grandparents owned when I was growing up. I visited it often. It had a spacious porch in the front with a … Continue reading

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Sickies

This was supposed to be a three-grandkid day. Unfortunately, the viral situation in town changed that from happening. One of our granddaughters has been sick or as she puts it, “I have sickies.” She ended up with a double ear … Continue reading

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Grandma Bori and Csiga

Although as a kid, I never liked Csiga (I was an impossible eater), I love them now. Csiga are most interesting Hungarian noodles that are made from a small square of noodle dough that is curled around a small, special … Continue reading

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Grandma Bori toast

The other day, I just had to have something that I enjoyed as a kid, especially when I was at my grandmother’s house or if she happened to be staying at ours: Grandma Bori Toast. It really is nothing special, … Continue reading

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Grandma Bori and the silver coins

This is a funny story, a cute story, a story of the woman who incessantly shoved dollar bills into my pocket as I was growing up. I saw her all the time, on Sundays for the family dinner, and other … Continue reading

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