I often suggest “hometown travel”–the kind that does not require you to leave home to travel. Tonight I travel back in time to when I was a girl.
Depending on your age you may remember June Cleaver on Leave it to Beaver, who wore a dress with an apron tied around her tiny waist and cooked dinner leisurely every night.
You may recall your mother who did the same, but she actually would sweat when the kitchen got hot, unlike June Cleaver, who looked like she just came from the bathroom all freshened up.
Many of you may recollect the iron skillet or skillets our mothers cooked in. Mom fried chicken and then potatoes in a hot greased skillet, and finally made gravy from the leftover grease. Hmmm, yum!
TRAVEL BACK IN TIME
So tonight I put on an apron to keep the hot oil from splattering my clothes to fry eggplant. I dip peeled-and-sliced eggplant in egg, then coat it in a flour/cornmeal mixture, and fry it until crisp.
A moment back in time. See there, we can travel to another time and culture for supper. I recommend it. Only occasionally, though, for the sake of our arteries and overall health.
6 thoughts on “Time Travel: Back in time”
Thanks for the short trip back in time. I dearly love my two handmade aprons that we bought from a Mennonite family in Kansas. I wear them often.
You are welcome, Letty!
I like the pictures along with the s h o r t story. I was ready for more words too! Loved it.
Love the travel back in time. When I use to cook I always wore an apron . I I I still have several even though my husband does almost all the cooking. Please let me know when your next book comes out. Take care !!
Rhonda, you always have amazed me. I love “traveling back in time!” So fun to remember the Cleaver family.
Thanks, Rita. I’m pleased you enjoyed the references to the Cleavers.
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