Connect To The Youth In Your Family By Connecting Them To Their Family History

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Sharing Family History Through Food: Simple Stuffing Recipe and Holiday Drink Recipe

Karli, the cute baby in this photo and Family ChartMasters' newest project manager/genealogy chart designer, shares these easy family recipes for the holidays. 

Karli says: "We may not be a family of gourmet cooks, but when we get together there is always laughter and love. These recipes are a part of our family and everyone down to the youngest grandchildren look forward to Thanksgiving partly because of them. There have been many times when there has been Papa’s drink in sippy cups. It is more than a drink or a loaf of bread that brings us together, but a lifetime of great memories."

Think about what recipes have been handed down through different lines in your family or give these simple recipes a try this Thanksgiving. Comment below with how you like them or feel free to share  your family's favorite holiday recipes. 

Monday, November 14, 2016

Cyber Monday Sale: 50% Off ALL Zap The Grandma Gap eBooks
If you are looking for tons of ideas of how to share family history with your family and loved ones, Cyber Monday is the day! Take advantage of 50% off ALL Zap the Grandma Gap eBooks for one day only, Monday November 28, 2016.

Once your purchase is completed, you will receive an email with a link to your eBooks in PDF form for instant viewing.  The holidays are the perfect time to get the younger ones in your family involved in learning more about their family history with fun activities, crafts, and recipes that can become traditions for all to enjoy.

Click here for more info on the Zap The Grandma Gap books and be ready to order on Monday November 28!