Jamie Oliver was reminiscing about his childhood on Saturday, sharing a photo of porridge made the exact way his grandad used to serve it, and the delicious snap has sparked the most incredible discussion!
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Fans flocked to the comment section of doting dad Jamie's post to share their own family memories, and some of the messages are sure to put a smile on your face.
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Jamie wrote: "MORNING ALL! Porridge just like my grandad used to make it ! It was a ritual that was for sure.
"Made the old fashioned way with water and a pinch of salt then into a cold bowl ( helps firm it up ), granulated brown sugar and then leave for a few minutes when it totally transforms into syrupy heaven, then cut with a knife into a criss cross, then like magic the porridge starts to float on the syrup!
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Jamie shared the photo on Instagram
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"Then for a Gush of Gold top milk into the Gullies a taste of childhood right there !! Bring on Saturday morning kids TV Banana split , three musketeers, Lassi haha."
Before long, the famous chef's followers starting sharing memories of their own.
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"Oh, Jamie, I love this SO much. I used to watch grandpa do this every morning all through my childhood. That brought back such happy memories," wrote one.
"OMG, I thought my gran was the only one to make it this way?! Sooo good!" added another, with a third telling Jamie: "We had it the very same way in Dublin 65 years ago delicious before I went to school thanks for the memory."
A fourth of Jamie's social media fans recalled: "This gives me all the feels. My Scottish grandparents made it this way, I can't eat it any other way and I make it for my kids like this too, and they love it!"
It's amazing that food can evoke such precious memories!
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