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Here's to a lucky you in 2018

Happy New Year!!! 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2 1 Happy New Year. And with those words, a new year is rung in. Time for starting over- reaching towards the dreams and hopes that linger in your heart waiting to come to pass, and the memories and thoughts of the year past that frolic in your mind. Food traditions on New Year’s Day have been around from the beginning of time. There is an Old Southern Saying: "Peas for pennies, greens for dollars, cornbread for gold' Every culture has their food traditions, here are some that are very common, and why they came about!! New Year’s Food Traditions Black-eyed peas- shows humility, and lack of vanity and that invites good fortune. Also, since they are commonl

Waste Not-Want Not

The amount of food wasted is staggering. Efforts have come to lime light to help the average citizen, and student come to grips with the disheartening amount of unwanted food. This has been becoming more and more apparent. Especially after large food holidays where most people are looking for lots of variety, in large portions, with the unfortunate result with lots of leftovers. As the new year Starts, Resolutons are made and broken easily. But sometimes for resolutions to be successful, you need to live the promise you are making to yourself. My household is small. Just one, plus a couple of sets of paws. But that doesn't mean there isn't a large amount food produced here. As a Chef,

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