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No Need to “Foil” Easter

No Need to "Foil" Easter

Who can resist the joys of an Easter (or Passover) meal?  For those adhering to the strictness of Lent, it’s the feast to celebrate the culmination of the season.  It’s also the first opportunity for many families, scattered hither and thither to gather together since Christmas .   It’s a gathering sharing not only food, but […]

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Case Closed

Case Closed

Turn the Family Courtroom Back Into a Dining Room Who can resist the lure of the holidays? They are times filled with good food, and spent surrounded by the love and joy of our families.  For some, the opportunity to spend time with parents, grandparents, siblings, and distant cousins defines what Thanksgiving, Chanukah and Christmas […]

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To Box or Not to Box

To Box or Not to Box

(Or:   How to Deal With Mean People) Just as I once believed that in order to live in the zone the past must be left behind, I also once believed that if you treated others with friendship and warmth, that warmth would be returned. As I’ve learned, however, that isn’t always the case. No […]

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