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Jose Andres
En español | I’ve said it before and I will say it again: I believe that food is our most important resource. Next to breathing, eating is one thing we do every day to survive.
Carla Hall-bench
I believe that anything you really want to do you’ll do with love. That way, it resonates with everyone.
Atlantic Beach Pie
It's salty and sweet, crunchy and creamy, cool and tangy.
Vonda
If you're celebrating National Soul Food Month and Juneteenth this month, you're probably well acquainted with crispy fried chicken, ham hock-laden collard greens, smothered pork chops and gooey macaroni and cheese.
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It's difficult to put a price tag on moms (or so we'd like to think). Nevertheless, as Mother's Day approaches this Sunday, two websites calculated a mom's worth based on her various jobs around the house. Think top chef, chief accountant, chauffeur and teacher.
Eggplant
Fast food is frequently blamed for the rise in obesity across the nation. Although a causal relationship between fast food and surplus pounds in adults has yet to be established, one study clearly linked the rise of childhood obesity with the rise in children's fast-food consumption. According to the study of 6,212 children, one out of every three children eats fast food on a daily basis, and the trend "likely packs on about six extra pounds per child per year."
Eggplant
My neighbor Richard Scammell is a wonderful cook. Cooking is Richard's hobby, but when it comes to food preparation, Richard is a highly skilled and well-educated professional. (He's even traveled to Europe to take cooking classes.)
fooddehydrator
Everybody in my family knows that I love to cook (cheapskate-style, of course).  So for holiday gifts, people often give me kitchen utensils or small cooking appliances. 
Holiday cookies
This is a guest post by Annie Lynsen, on loan to AARP from Small Act.
Omelette
My wife and I invited two other couples over for brunch last Sunday. We like getting together with friends, particularly in our home instead of an expensive restaurant. We'd rather see friends more often over a simple, home cooked meal, than less frequently for a pricey dinner out.
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