Sure, a lot of us have spent way more time at home in 2020 than we have in years past. And by spending more time at home, some of us have found ourselves in our kitchens more than we are used to. For some, this has been a welcome change. For others, it’s been more of a challenge. But regardless of if you are dealing with a global pandemic or just Tuesday night, there are some questions that are universal. Like: What’s for dinner?
We’ve long known the power of food to bring us together. It is the centerpiece of many family celebrations, part of what we remember about that first date, and part of what we pass down from generation to generation. And it isn’t just families, but communities, that can be brought together by the shared experience of cooking. This year on Saturday, November 21, at 7 p.m., that is the plan behind Cook for a Cure, a first of its kind FREE virtual event. Registration is open now.Continue reading Cook for a Cure—Sometimes it’s More Than a Meal, it’s the Cause