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Good, old-fashioned cooking

November 20, 2011
The OBSERVER

What's for dinner? If parents had a dime for every time this question was asked by their children, they'd be rich, as the saying goes. Food and eating have been time consuming pursuits since the beginning of time. Although we don't have to spend nearly every waking moment working to meet this need as early man, we nonetheless expend a good amount of time in this area. Unlike ages past, we also have to deal with a myriad of health issues from the consequences of our sedentary lifestyles, overeating due to the ease in which we can obtain food, and the tainted sources of our food with pesticides, genetically modified seeds, and additives that our bodies cannot handle. So what's a person to do? Go back to some of the old-fashioned cooking of by-gone days with wholesome ingredients and meals prepared from scratch in the home.

 
 

 

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