Welcome to the Rezich family kitchen, the heart of our home.

Our kitchen is the first room everyone migrates to even when entering through the front door.  The kitchen is where I was when both of my children announced they were getting married, the room where my son told me I was going to be a grandma for the first time and of course the room where my grandchildren seem to love to play, rummage through the cabinets and help grandma cook and bake.

Our kitchen is not a large room, actually it’s quite small but it seems that no matter how many people are in here there always seems to be “just enough” room and it seems to magically expand as needed!  It’s the place where we share a meal, a snack, a cup of coffee.  It’s walls privy to good times and bad times, to all of our stories, secrets, jokes, and memories.

My name is Nancy Rezich, married to my husband Walt for 10 years, mother to twins John and Nikki, grandmother to four (plus one) beautiful grandbabies, Joshua 9, Kaylee 5, Eric (lil e) 5 and our newest member born on August 17, 2013 Marcus Allen.  Although he is not officially our grandson, on July 12, 2013 we also welcomed Joshua and Kaylee’s other little brother Gavin Tyler.  Our home is always filled with family, especially the grandbabies, we wouldn’t have it any other way.  We are the gathering spot for holidays, celebrations, and welcome gatherings for out-of-town guests.

We welcome you to our kitchen whether we’re cooking an old family favorite, baking something new, trying out a new craft idea, or sharing a funny story, we hope you’ll stop by from time to time to see what’s happening here in the “Heart of Our Home.”


Note:   We love sharing stories and photo’s of our family with you.  We want to note that the posts and photo’s on this site are the work and property of Nancy Rezich unless otherwise noted.  Any works that are not the work of N. Rezich will be noted along with sources and resources of their origins.

Photo’s and poems on this site are the property of and owned by Nancy Rezich and protected under copyright laws.  Copying, saving, reproducing, sharing, duplicating and/or forwarding are not permitted without permission from Nancy Rezich.

15 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello Grandma Nancy 🙂 Thank you for visiting my blog! I enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to seeing what you cook up next. I am always looking for something new to toss into the rotation, especially if it’s quick, easy, and close-enough-to -homecooking to fool my boys. I am planning to try your cheesy potato and corn chowder from January sometime this week. We just discovered one of my boys needs to go gluten-free and finding wheat-free hearty food for an active boy can be a challenge. Happy blogging!

  2. Hi CMW, thanks for stopping by and the compliments. We loved the chowder, it had just the “kick” to it I am looking forward to making again as well!! When you make it let me know how it turns out!!

  3. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! This is a great spot to visit and I look forward to reading more about you, the family and that kitchen!

    • Hi Jennifer, First I have to apologize for the late response to your sweet comment. Somehow I missed the notification that you posted a comment on our “About” page. Thank you so much for stopping by our little family blog. We’ve been following your site and love your work we always look forward to your next post. Take care and again…thank you.

    • Hi, thanks for stopping by our blog! Yes, I really do believe the kitchen is the heart of the home and I love that my grandchildren love helping me bake and cook. It’s those little moments that are priceless and precious.

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