I hope you’re enjoying Ancestors in Aprons, for whatever reason brings you here–family stories, recipes, food stories. I also want to let you know some other sources of family stories that I’ve discovered. I think you might enjoy these TV shows and a web site.
Learn More About Seeking Family Stories
Did you see the television show, Who Do You Think You Are? The TLC cable channel brings the drama of a search for family stories of celebrities.
And on September 23, PBS debuted a new show, Genealogy Road Show. (It may come later in some markets, so check with your local PBS station.) Modeled on the popular Antiques Road Show, experts travel from city to city and work to solve nagging questions about ancestors and family stories that are brought by people in the audience.
I wrote about these two shows for the website Reel Life With Jane, and you can see the article and get more information here, including links to both shows.
Explore How The Foods We Eat are Influenced by Where We’re From
If you find, as I do, that your ancestors come to life in your kitchen–through handed down recipes, cooking techniques and implements–I’m sure you’ll enjoy a website dedicated to family stories and food facts, American Food Roots. You can find lots of food for thought (pun intended) on this site, but of course I like the “My American Roots“ section where people tell an interesting story relating their family and food.
Meanwhile–have you read my family stories about the
Trombone that changed my mind about my paternal grandfather?
About my Great Aunt who entertained a Queen?
Have you tried our family recipes for cherry pudding,