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Rosie Grant gravestone recipes

An American girl wrote cooking recipes on the marble of the tombs in a gesture to commemorate the deceased.

rosie grant gravestone recipes An American girl wrote cooking recipes on the marble of the tombs in a gesture to commemorate the deceased.  The idea began with Rosie Grant, 33, about a year ago, when she was studying library science at the University of Maryland, and training in the Archives of the Cemetery of Congress, where she began sharing her studies on “Tik Tok” to encounter one of the cooking videos, and in order to save the cooking recipe, she recorded the ingredients on One of the gravestones, and I was able to use the ingredients to make something edible.  Grant liked this idea, so she began writing recipes for different dishes to cook for those who visit the grave, and Rosie has so far made 12 or 13 of these recipes, and she is looking for more.


The idea began with Rosie Grant, 33, about a year ago, when she was studying library science at the University of Maryland, and training in the Archives of the Cemetery of Congress, where she began sharing her studies on “Tik Tok” to encounter one of the cooking videos, and in order to save the cooking recipe, she recorded the ingredients on One of the gravestones, and I was able to use the ingredients to make something edible.


Grant liked this idea, so she began writing recipes for different dishes to cook for those who visit the grave, and Rosie has so far made 12 or 13 of these recipes, and she is looking for more.

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