Grandma’s Handwritten Recipes Personalized Gifts #HolidayGiftGuide

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These are pretty much the most amazing personalized gift I have ever seen. Lindsay Burck Designs offers personalized kitchen towels, aprons and tote bags, but I think the showstoppers are the recipe towels.  See all her offerings here and be quick about it – the Christmas ordering deadline is December 2! I sent Lindsay two scans of my Nana’s handwritten recipes. These are absolutely amazing.IMG_6370

My great grandmother was widowed at a very early age and worked as a chef in a wealthy Pittsburgh household. My grandma loves telling me about riding the streetcar to go to school. And of course about everything Nana cooked.  My cousin scanned in these recipes to me so I could have the towels personalized.IMG_6371

These are her handwritten recipes, and I wasn’t sure how they would turn out. I think they are magnificent.IMG_6372

There’s something so personal about having these recipes on a tea towel for your kitchen – so full of memories of Sunday dinners and special parties (I was so fortunate to have my great grandmother in my life until I was about 12) and dressing up in Nana’s sheets and eating her pudding. If you feel the same way about your Nana and her recipes I couldn’t think of a better gift for your mom.

You can order these tea towels in sets starting at $60 and they do not all have to be the same recipe! You can also get your grandmother’s recipe printed on an Apron ($33) as well as a variety of other items.

Check out Lindsay Burck Designs and design beautiful, one-of-a-kind gifts for members of your family and closest friends!!


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  • PA Anna

    Thank you for posting this. I bought this for husband whose mom passed away a few years ago. He never wants or needs anything for Christmas. I think that this will mean a lot because I have a PDF with a few recipes in his mom’s handwriting. I’m hoping the quality is good enough to translate well onto the towels.