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Head to your doctor’s office for a cooking class? The idea doesn’t square with our notion of visiting the doc only when sick.

But if we embrace the centuries-old adage “let food be thy medicine,” a cooking class at the physician’s office makes all the sense in the world.

That’s the reasoning behind an innovative solution to diet-related disease that a medical practice — Munson Family Practice — is testing on a small, pilot-scale level in Traverse City these days.

Christened “Dinner With Your Doctor,” the program invites a small group of patients into the doctor’s office for six cooking

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Spiritual Meaning of 999 | Intuitive Journal: Angel Number 999

In numerology, almost, as a rule, the number is a symbol for money, luck, and love and we bring more detailed interpretations from MyTodaysHoroscope.com. Angel number 999 indicates that one aspect (or multiple aspects) of your life is coming to an end and plenty of things in your life are coming to an end. It means the start of a replacement and wonderful life and lifestyle, where everything fits where it should slot in the foremost positive way for you.

Meaning of angel number 999

Angel number 999 may be varied during which the quantity 9 appears 3 times, and … Read More

Are those extra boxes of noodles or cans of tomatoes that you bought early in the pandemic still sitting in your cupboard? Could you use a little more color and spice in your life? A raft of recent cookbooks brings out your inner chef with recipes that make use of pantry items, take your baking to a new level, and introduce you to flavors from many regions. Get ready to roll up your sleeves. 

It’s an open secret that many people would rather read a cookbook and order takeout than actually try new recipes. But lockdowns have provided more time

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Marcus Samuelsson cooks onstage with audience participant during the Grand Tasting presented by ShopRite featuring Culinary Demonstrations at The IKEA Kitchen presented by Capital One at Pier 94 on October 13, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images for NYCWFF)

Conversations about food among the Black community inevitably leads to debates. Who’s bringing the potato salad? Who made the mac and cheese? Is the gumbo to be trusted? Sugar or salt on grits? And, of course, the legendary jollof wars between Ghanaians and Nigerians.

The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food, a new

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Edwin Zoe’s restaurant in Boulder, Zoe Ma Ma on Pearl Street, started a decade ago as a five-table eatery with homestyle Chinese food, the cooking led by Zoe’s mama, Anna.

Soon Ma Ma grew to a second location in Denver’s Union Station, still small, the same excellent dumplings, still the same big problem: He can’t afford insurance to cover time off for his people to care for themselves or a loved one, or to bond with a new child. It eats at the family restaurateur.

That’s why he’s pushing perhaps harder than anyone to pass Proposition 118 this year, to

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