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Cooking After Covid

Cooking After Covid

During the lockdown period, families were forced to learn to prepare and eat meals in their homes. It was a period when our eating habits changed dramatically. We could no longer save time dining on fast foods or stopping at the local grocery store deli on the way...

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Struggles of the Unpaid Caregiver

Struggles of the Unpaid Caregiver

I spent nearly a decade caring for my mother as an unpaid caregiver. My book One Caregiver’s Journey outlines the changes and challenges I faced. I learned to budget my time and money. I was fortunate to have a retirement coming in and pooled it with my mother’s small...

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Old Family Recipes and Their Modern Taste

Old Family Recipes and Their Modern Taste

The legacy of food passed down from one generation to another is a family tree of foods, tools, and lines traced for years into the past and the future. For a child, waking up early to the smell of one’s grandmother’s cooking is a good alarm clock. As usual, this meal...

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2022 World Carers Conversation

2022 World Carers Conversation

A Virtual Global Summit Featuring Innovations in Caregiving Research, Practice, and Policy. Why is it that little has changed how one researches and evaluates health care despite all the health policy reforms, clinical practice innovations, increasing intersectoral...

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Traditional Family Recipes

Traditional Family Recipes

Every culture has family traditions and recipes which extend for many generations. In my book Generations of Good Food, I follow six generations of my mother’s Italian family. Most of the traditional food recipes are tied to holidays. As a kid, I remember the weeks...

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