Signature Event

My Mother's Recipe is the signature semi-annual event of the CareGivers' Project held in a variety of locations since 2010. My Mother's Recipe is best described as a multi-generational mingling and networking potluck with raffle and story telling about food and caregiving. It is a social event for caregivers to attend with care receivers which is not the utilitarian doctor's visit, beauty parlor or worship service outing.

The purpose of My Mother's Recipe is to celebrate the bond between caregiver and care receiver through sharing of a home-cooked dish and recipe which has been handed down from an earlier generation with other care pairs in their community. 

This event brings together older people who live in their own homes, independent and assisted living and nursing homes and their caregivers. It is open to fathers, sisters, caregiving neighbors, home health aides and past caregivers. 

My Mother's Recipe Fall 2018

Saturday October 13, 2018 12:30-3PM

Harlem Shake Retro Diner

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Squash is our theme for My Mother's Recipe Fall 2018. Squash are herbaceous vines in the gourd family native to the Andes and Mesoamerica. How are pumpkins, zucchini, butternut, acorn and spaghetti squash cooked in your family?

This is a potluck. Bring a home cooked dish which will serve 8 people to share with others who are interested in caregiving for our seniors. Bring a squash dish to share! All ages are welcome. This event is handicap accessible.

My Mother's Recipe Spring 2018

This one was all about pies which are as various as caregivers. Pie: a baked dish of fruit, or meat and vegetables, typically with a top and base of pastry.

My Mother's Recipe Fall 2017

It was a potluck full of savory flavors

My Mother's Recipe Spring 2017

Sweet is having the taste or flavor characteristic of sugar, honey, etc. It is something pleasing or agreeable; delightful. Sweet is something pleasant to the mind or feelings. A beloved person.

My Mother's Recipe Fall 2016

Caregiving is a lot like pickles. Read The Pickle Jar.

My Mother's Recipe Spring 2016

We were joined by NY City Councilwoman Margaret Chin, chair of the NYC Aging Committee. She listened.