This Recipe Journal can also become a heirloom, the idea is that you share your favourite recipes, by writing it down with your own handwriting and then hand it over to the next generation that continues with the journal to be handed over again to the next generation. By then that person has grandmothers recipes written In her own handwriting
The first known recorded recipes date from around 1600 BC. Jean Bottéro, in his book The Oldest Cuisine in the World: Cooking in Mesopotamia, states that around 40 recipes were recovered from this early period of culinary skill.
A most delicious recipe for Turnips Stewed in Blood was among the recipes found on cuneiform tablets stored at Yale University, known as the Yale Babylonian Tablets.
Here is the recipe if you would like to try it, please share with us what it tasted like.