Save an Oral History of Your Family Recipes with the Dishtory App | Drew's Little Yellow Book
Drew's latest addition to her Little Yellow Book is the Dishtory app, which lets you archive the oral history of your family's favorite recipes. Now, you can hear your most special recipes and kitchen memories read aloud by the ones you care about the most.
This Company Makes It Easy to Voice Record Heirloom Family Recipes
Every holiday, we eat a meal made up of each family member's signature dish. My grandma cooks the turkey, my aunt bakes a sweet potato dish, and my mom always makes her famous crispy green bean casserole. I love this holiday potluck of sorts, but I've been looking for a way to gather all of these recipes so I can make them for my own family one day. I recently discovered Dishtory, a new app that makes it easy to record family recipes.
Cookie craving spurs app to document family recipes
It all started in December, 2019 when Dan Zawisza was craving his mom’s Christmas sugar cookies. He knew the ingredients and the steps to make them. But when he tried something was off. So mom called her son and left a detailed voicemail explaining how to execute her recipe properly. “So I have not only my mom’s recipe, but I have it in my mom’s voice that I don’t think can be replicated in any cookbook,” Mr. Zawisza said.
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Dishtory App: Creating Kitchen Memories
Dishtory app allows users to create and save audio recipes, preserving traditions.
Oh how I wish we had videotaped my husband’s grandmother in her kitchen preparing recipes from the Old Country. Those recipes were lost when YiaYia passed away and as hard as I try, I can’t completely replicate the flavors and textures she produced with her experienced hands. She made her own filo dough. How? We will never really know. Her stuffed cabbage, a family favorite, had some twist that remains with her. So many recipes have been lost.
"A recipe is a story that ends with a great meal."