One of the things I enjoy most about the the internet are the pages and pages of recipes for anything and everything ... ready to print and enjoy in minutes. Today we can share recipes with someone across the country or around the world as easily as with a next-door neighbor.....or a daughter.
Several years ago, one of my daughters called to ask me for a few favorite recipes. Instead of reading ingredients over the phone, I put the recipes online so she could easily print them. That's how "Need A Recipe?...Call Mom!" got started.
I used to call my Mother when I needed recipes too. Most of the time she didn't have to look for them in a recipe box and she rarely used a cookbook. Like all good Pennsylvania Dutch cooks of her generation, her recipes were "in her head". She could instantly tell me how she made that pie or what to add to the salad dressing, in amounts like "heaping tablespoons" or "a little more than half a cup". She knew exactly how much that was! Fortunately, I eventually translated those heaping cups and spoons to standard measurements to record and save.