I inherited my Mom's love of all things kitchen and tabletop. She always had such a pretty tomato server.
So when I was in my 20's and frequented flea markets nearly every weekend with my Mom - guess what I found?
It's a throw-back to the Victorian era when they had a utensil for EVERY purpose!! Serve away!
Cynthia Close, Executive Director, says it best: "While many other cooking shows have been made for television none seem to present the potential that you describe to help salvage a part of many families history, passed down from mothers and Grandmothers to their children. In a way this is like “salvage anthropology”, and your goal to encourage the “buy local”, CSA movement that is really taking hold in America today, helps to address issues of the environment, sustainable living and sustainable agriculture all rolled into one."
Carole Murko is a culinary artist who learned how to cook by observing her
mother and grandmother since the age of 3. Throughout her life, Carole has
emulated their passion for entertaining, cooking and feeding friends and
Carole has become nostalgic for those long family meals and she tries to
recreate as many as possible for her “family” and friends. She’s discovered
through her friendships and entertaining that there are many stories,
histories and recipes to be shared. And, hence the development of Heirloom
Carole has an AB in Economics from Smith College, an MA in Economics from NYU, earned the CFA designation
and is a licensed real estate broker in Massachusetts. She is a member of
the Board of Trustees of Shakespeare and Company, member of the Board of
Trustees of Berkshire Grown, member of Berkshire Slow Food. And Carole has recently become co-host of a local, weekly radio show called
Radio2Women “Giving Women Voice.”