One of Grant’s TikTok videos shows off some of the tombstone recipes she’s tried so far, and commenters shared some sweet thoughts on what they think of her hobby. If there’s someone in your family who keeps their top-secret recipe like a treasure, you might relate to this comment, which read, “It gives a whole new meaning to ‘taking this recipe to my grave’.”

Another person was moved by Grant’s recipe-hunting method as a way to preserve a loved one’s legacy, saying, “It’s surprisingly wholesome. Like bringing a part of them back to life.” It’s clear people are really enjoying these videos, as one person tagged the Food Network and History Channel accounts and said, “Give this girl a streak!! I’ll watch every episode in a heartbeat!!”

A few other TikTokers shared the recipes and foods they would put on their own tombstones, including well-known fast food items like a Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese and a Starbucks Frozen Caramel Macchiato with a few customizations. Wondering which tombstone to try first? grant said NPR that her favorite recipe was for Spritz cookieswhich she found on Naomi Miller-Dawson’s gravestone in Brooklyn and was the first treat of her series.

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