2016 Foodie Lessons

Hi Everyone, As we say goodbye to 2016 it is normal to engage in reflection. As I look ahead to 2017, four columns signify things that I learnt in the past year and will continue thinking about and learning about in the future.

Changed hands

During my mom’s visit, I experienced firsthand how arthritis had robbed her of the ability to do many of the things she enjoyed doing in the kitchen. Kneading dough was almost impossible, stirring large pots of food a challenge. Tasks such as grasping a glass proved difficult and only glass jugs with handles would do. Ware plates proved heavy.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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