Welcome to Kultural Kreations!
We have been great friends for years and both share a love for food. Both of us grew up cooking with our mothers and grandmothers who are great cooks. As our family members are aging, we realized that they will soon pass the torch and we needed to preserve tradition.
As native southerners, we know that in the south, sharing food is a way of showing love. Most of us, if we don’t have anything else to give, we can share food. Our mission is to bring people back together around the dinner table and making home-cooked meals.
Hey there! I’m Ashley, food enthusiast and Southern girl from Texas.
My inspiration comes from my mother, grandmother and great aunts. All of them can burn! My grandmother and great aunts always have a special treat to share and more to send you home with. Those memories are far more precious than any material gift.
In the south, we show our love with food. No matter where you’re from we all enjoy food and it typically brings everyone together.
Growing up, my mother always prepared home-cooked meals. There is nothing like a mother’s cooking. I can cook the same thing a hundred times and it will never be like my mothers. As I’ve gotten older it has been even more important to keep this tradition. I hope this blog inspires you to gather around the table with loved ones and keep the tradition of cooking and sharing alive.
Hello! I’m Charlotte!
At the end of a stressful day, I turn to my favorite past time, cooking. I like to create and experiment with food. Southern cooking is what I grew up on, but I am not afraid to branch out and try food from different cultures.
As a child, I was often in the kitchen with my grandmother and mother during the holidays as they prepared meals for our large family.
Thankfully, I learned a lot along the way. So the torched has been passed on to me and now I am ready to burn!
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