(Video) Food Experience Memoirs: 95 Years of Positive Food Experiences is part of the Food Experience Unplugged Video Series. The series spotlights a variety of ways people create positive food experiences, and demonstrates how you can use these “ingredients” to create positive food experiences in your own life.
What can a 95 year old teach us about positive food experiences? Plenty! Dorothy Wucherpfennig is a culinary firecracker with a rich tradition of food experiences. From the early days on the farm, to cooking up the family recipes of today, Dorothy is still sharp as a tack and tells it like it is. These are her food experience memoirs.
After 95 years, Dorothy has countless memories of her childhood, married life, and raising her children. It was a surprising challenge to hone in on her food experiences.
For Dorothy, cooking and eating was often just part of the day. You just did it! Recipes were few, and instruction was plentiful. In those days, you lived off the land. You learned to cook with a lot of hands-on training from family members and friends.
In this fun and lighthearted look at food memories, we learn about family food traditions and the rich experiences that come with every bite!
· Discover the real meaning of organic food
· Learn how to catch and cook wild game
· Reflect on newlywed cooking disasters
· Understand how cooking skills are passed from generation to generation
· Find out how self-sustaining families have positive food experiences
What experiences in this video impacted you the most? How do you create positive food experiences? Let us know in the comments below or on social media!