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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.
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  • 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.
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