Nonna to Nana

Stories of Food and Family by Jessie + Jacqueline DiBlasi

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23 April 2015 - by Jessie + Jac DiBlasi

Nonna to Nana + The Australian Women's Weekly

The Australian Women's Weekly - May 2015 Edition

Today we are thrilled that Nonna to Nana is featured in the May edition of the Australian Woman’s Weekly! It is a brilliant feature that includes four of our beautiful grandmothers, their stories and even a few recipes to try (on the iPad version). A big thank you to the editors for supporting our (self-published) sister team and acknowledging the love and food these women have shared with us and their families.

www.aww.com.au

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Nana Norma
Nana Norma
Throughout her life Norma has ventured through myriad creative pursuits. She is especially talented as a dressmaker.
Nanna Leona
Nanna Leona
Nanna Leona was born to Russian parents, grew up in China and migrated to Australia when she was eight years old. It is no surprise that her cooking is a fragrant fusion of Eastern and Western cuisines.
Mama Maureen + Mama Audrey
Mama Maureen + Mama Audrey
Maureen and Audrey are sisters and they bustle about the kitchen together like one person. Without instruction, they add to and finish off each other’s dishes, occasionally checking in with each other to confirm they’re doing it right.