Home Is Where the Hearth Is.

Posted on 18. Nov, 2008 by in connecticut, economic development, Uncategorized

For the past few years, First Experience Communications, has produced a family heritage recipe book for the holiday season. The staff provided family recipes along with a short history of the meaning of the recipe to their lives. As part of the holiday season, each staff member prepared his or her special recipe for an open house at the office. The response we got from our clients, peers, community and others was overwhelming.  People were curious about the stories that we shared and the ethnic diversity this event reflected. So this year for the holiday season, we are again posting family heritage dishes submitted via the blog

There are many ways for all of us to connect; family-related food experiences have special meaning in our lives. Given the continued interest for heritage family recipes, we would like you to submit your favorite recipe and anecdotal information related to the recipe.  To see recently submitted recipes go to: Home is Where the Hearth Is.  To get a flavor of recipes submitted in the past, please click on the PDFs below.

2006 FEC Holiday Recipe Book

2005 FEC Holiday Recipe Book

Travel and eat well, and have a healthy and happy holiday season.

You can enter your recipe in the Comment box below.

First Experience Communications Team

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