By Connie Osborne Friday 06 September 2013 Updated: 06/09 08:50
A TASTE of history has been created by a group of Alvechurch ladies.
More than 20 women who live at the Leys Residential Care Home have cooked up a storm by creating their own recipe book called Grandma’s Best Recipes.
A total of 19 desert recipes ranging from spotted dick to bread and butter pudding were all created after residents took part in reminisce sessions where they talked about what they used to cook for their children or their mothers baked for them.
The book costs £4 and can be ordered directly from the home or in person at their fête tomorrow (Saturday). It takes place from 2pm until 5.30pm and will also includes games, cake stalls, a bouncy castle and barbecue.
All money raised goes towards the residents’ fund to pay for a day trip for those living at the Old Birmingham Road home.
Call 0121 0121 445 5587 to order a copy of the book.
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