My grandma's recipe (which is not even a recipe) for French omelette is irreplaceable. If she was still alive, she would challenge chef Jacques Pepin and I'm sure she would win!
You might be asking: 'Who's the witch?'. It's my mother-in-law who doesn't like cooking but makes the best overflowing meatballs with tomato sauce.
Whenever I go back to the place where I was born in Southern Italy, a plate of pasta with mussels is there waiting for me, freshly cooked by my grandma, Lina.
Biscuits: a lesson in language and carbs