Sponsored: Knorr - Flavours of Home

I've always been into food.  As a child, I wasn't picky.  I didn't love my veggies, but I'd eat them happily with a good helping of cheese sauce.  I was and still am willing to try just about anything;  From kangaroo in Australia, to escargots (which I love) to whatever.  There is very little I will not eat!  In fact, I did one of those silly quizzes on Facebook not too long ago and out of 80+ different foods, there was only one I said "no" to:  Liver.  Afterward, I realized that I adore liverwurst on a slice of fresh bread, and would often eat this as a child.  So I guess liver isn't out of the question, either.  Ha! 

All of that being said, there is absolutely nothing as delicious as a Mom-made meal.  Foods from my childhood fill my mind and heart with nostalgia.  I believe that most people feel the same way.  My Grandma made the most amazing, soft and flaky buns.  My Oma cooked the best, most flavorful cabbage rolls.  My Mom's pizza is second to none.   As often as I try and re-create some of these favourites, they just never quite measure up to the originals, made with so much love. 

Knorr recognizes that flavours resonate with people.  Specifically, flavours tied to the home cooking one grew up with can be tied to feelings and emotions, and can bring back an onslaught of memories from childhood.  The following video is a perfect example of how a home cooked meal can almost transport you back to your roots - no matter where you are, or how long you've been gone.  If you're a sap like me, grab a tissue.  Someone was cutting onions in here!  

 Disclosure:  This post has been sponsored by Knorr, but all opinions shared are my own