Joy Mission: Question #3
Do certain smells or foods ever remind you of childhood? We want to hear about it with today’s question. Leave your response as a comment and you could win one of 10 Udi’s Holiday Essentials Kits we’re giving away. Help spread the joy by telling your friends and family!
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- Janette C. – My grandmother’s homemade potato soup. It was and still is so yummy!
- John B. – I’m Greek, and my mother always made the most fantastic meals for Greek Easter–all the traditional dishes
- Mary P. – Thanksgiving was my favorite. My Grandmother had everyone over and she made everything from soup to dessert. She made the best Italian Sausage Stuffing in the world.
- Anne D. – My Mom would make creamy chicken and Mushroom crepes. They were insanely good!
- Monica C. – Living in Buffalo, NY….we have a General Mills factory. When they burn a batch of Cheerios, you can smell it all over the city. It smells like a fresh bowl of Cheerios. Cheerios was my favorite cereal as a kid.
- Megan F. – Cinnamon rolls from the can the pillsbury kind…they are soooo good and a sunday tradition…or were a sunday tradition
- Suzanne R. – Home made chicken noodle soup!
- Aaron A. – This question made me fondly remember a rice & cheese casserole my mom used to make for me. Kind of like Mac & Cheese for a celiac kid in the ’70s. It’s better in some ways.
- Angela J. – Tacos on homemade tortillas = yum!!
- Ivy G. – A leftover hodgepodge pasta primavera that my mom would throw together at the last minute. Not too high class but I would fish out all the broccoli.