BY: LINDA WOOD RONDEAU
Photo by Steve Rondeau
by LINDA WOOD RONDEAU
Every holiday my mother would bring her rendition of pistachio dessert, the children dubbed green stuff. After my mother passed away, my husband kept up the tradition. Now our grandchildren look forward to the dish.
This was one way we kept my mother’s memory alive.
I’d never heard of anyone else calling this easy-to-make holiday addition “Green Stuff.”
Due to COVID, we will not have our traditional Christmas and Thanksgiving get-togethers. My daughter mourned the lack of green stuff. “Can you send us the recipe, since we’ll have to make this ourselves?”
Grandpa snapped back with, “Just check online.”
“What do I look under? Just type in Grandma’s Green Stuff.”
“Sure! Why not?”
Brave as always, my husband Googled Grandma’s Green Stuff. Sure as anything, he got a hit on “Green Stuff”
So for all of you wanting to have a little of Grandma in your homebound Thanksgiving, here is the link to the very easy remedy.
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