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Skillet Casting its Culinary Magic

From the Skillet website: Sometime in 2012, Isaac Sandoval was challenged to design and build the world’s largest cast iron skillet. The skillet itself didn’t break any world records but people loved the unique menus and crowd-pleasers cooked in the giant skillet. Thus, began… Continue Reading “Skillet Casting its Culinary Magic”

NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults

Editor’s Note: This may not apply to you, but you know people to whom this would be beneficial. Pass on the article or the National Council on Aging link to elders you know. (NewsUSA) – The COVID-19 pandemic is generating fear, confusion, and economic… Continue Reading “NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults”

Weekly Digest

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Shortages Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein

By Dan Curtin, President, Greenleaf Foods (NewsUSA) – In periods of change, we often find comfort in simple pleasures. A great burger is one of them. Yet, some of those simple pleasures have been compromised by the dramatic changes caused by COVID-19, including the… Continue Reading “Shortages Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein”

5 Awesome Reasons to try Sparkpeople.com

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What is Sparkpeople.com? It’s not just another weight loss program; it’s a FREE weight loss program that emphasizes healthy lifestyle, above all else. It has fitness tools, nutrition and fitness tracking, support through online resources, and a broad array of fitness videos with instructions… Continue Reading “5 Awesome Reasons to try Sparkpeople.com”

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