Preserve Your Food Memories Here!

Welcome to Our Recipe Tree where the most important ingredient is you! The following video gives a brief overview of the entire site and how it works. It is our hope that everyone who passes through here takes the opportunity to preserve their precious food memories.


Jane Berthiaume

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Jane Louise (Neilson) Berthiaume is the younger twin, by 10 minutes, to Jill Kanwischer and was married twice. The first marriage to Paul Clarke gave her two sons, Phillip and Nathan. They are Jane's pride and joy. Her second marriage to Tim Berthiaume lasted 20 years until his passing in 2020. They made many great memories at their home on Lake Erie and at their farm a couple blocks away. Jane now resides at the 2 acre farm and is busy gardening, cooking, preserving and canning. You'll want to look for her homestyle cooking and canning recipes.

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Dad's Oatmeal Crisps
Mom’s Shortbread
Pico De Gallo

Our Recipe Tree

Imagine having all your favorite recipes organized and at your fingertips, ready to be accessed online or printed off as a book. Now imagine having access to other family or group's cherished recipes. Here's how it works.

It's a combination geneology tree and a collection of recipes that have been passed down or created within a family unit. But wait, the family unit has changed. You can make a Recipe Tree for any type of group. Family, friends, team members, anyone can create a Recipe Tree.

You can submit your stories, photos, videos and Recipes to create your very own Recipe Book. If you don't mind sharing, your Recipes will go into a database where other Subscribers can view them.

You can see other Subscriber's pictures, watch instructional videos, read their stories and enjoy their Recipes. How fun is that?

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