The benefits that come from sharing meals with family and friends are explored by Amy Newmark ("Chicken Soup for the Soul: Food and Love"), Catherine Cassidy (Taste of Home), chef John Doherty and Dr. Suzanne Koven. Included: how shared meals have changed lives; how to stock a pantry; and why cooking food should never be stressful.
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