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With my travel schedule, I end up in a lot of taxicabs. I’m always curious about the drivers, where they’re from, and if they’re professionals, craftsmen or artists from a faraway place. Since it’s rude to ask such questions directly, I usually engage in conversation and their stories typically come flowing forth. Meet Kareem, a […]

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Super Bowl Sunday is a-comin’ and the need for great dips and chips is imminent Even though I’m not a die-hard fan of football, I can certainly step up to the line and embrace an event that involves food. I was just on the TODAY Show on Monday as food director of Prevention magazine, www.prevention.com […]

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Steve and I have had a tradition of hosting an annual holiday party from our days as newlyweds living on West 14th Street in New York City. We would serve a collection of hors d’oeuvres with wine, ensuring there was enough food so guests could linger through the night and make dinner of it, or […]

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Holly Chute was expecting 1,000 people for cookies and cider last night. And with more guests over the next two weeks, she will be baking 20,000 cookies this holiday season. Holly is the Executive Chef of Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal. And Sunday was the tree lighting ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion, with cookies and hot […]

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Each year we make resolutions that we break before the New Year really starts. It’s because we get caught up in the peer pressure of resolutions but struggle with the follow through. In other words, we set our expectations too high and fail.

So the Hunter family isn’t making resolutions this year. Instead we’re setting achievable goals for better eating, exercise and health. And like it or not, we’re sticking to them… just don’t say resolution because it’s a dirty word.

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