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Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
Food for Togetherness Pecha Kucha
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  • 1. Food Unites Us
    Tam Sjoberg
  • 2. ACTS 2:46
    “…They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts”
  • 3. Making an Omelet. . .
    Building a Foundation
  • 4. Luckily. . .
    My foundation
    Was positive
  • 5. Can you smell the memory?
  • 6. Go milk the cows first. . .
    Then shower. . .
    Finally!!!
  • 7. Memories
    Brought to you
    by a chocolate chip cookie
  • 8. My Grandma
    She is
    86.
    Still does this every year
    to prove she still can.
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Vintage Recipes
    Keep memories alive
  • 13. All we ever eat is beef, chicken,
    pork, or fish!
    B O R I N G!
    When do we get to eat something
    else for a change?
    Ryan, age 9
  • 14. “Non-cooks think it's silly to invest two hours' work in two minutes' enjoyment; but if cooking is evanescent, so is the ballet.” Julia Child
  • 15.
  • 16. I had a bad dream. . .
    Can I tell you about it?
  • 17. Family sit-down meals promote social bonding. The CASA study shows that youth whose families do not have regular sit-down meals are approximately three times more likely to report fair or poor relationships with parents than youth participating in regular family sit-down meals.*Columbia University's National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse
  • 18. What’s
    for
    Dinner?
  • 19. Vs.
  • 20. T
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