A mother reintroduces herself to the three young daughters separated from her by custody arrangements.
Beef meant rules and regulations, calculations and ceremonies. Steaks were grilled—the domain of men. But Mother did what she did best—give orders.
In war-torn Europe, a young woman made dolls that she bartered for food, often just turnips. When she became a mother herself, turnips were off the table.
Mom didn't cook. Neither does her daughter. But a pandemic-inspired Zoom class provides an opportunity to learn.
A family log cabin in the woods sounds idyllic, but not when the contraption for cooking has Mum swearing and burning the food (and almost herself).