A Million Meals

Caring for children in today's confusing food environment

Cooking with Gratitude

As the memory of that storm week recedes into the past—though not the devastation it wrought, which will be felt for months if not years to come—I find myself wanting to commemorate a surprising common thread that bound together the experience of many people around me: preparing and sharing food. Read More

What was for meals post the Hurricane

What was for meals immediately after the hurricane?
Was everything easily available?


Having a meal together with the whole family is a wonderful way to communicate, express our thoughts, and share our experiences while enjoying a delicious meal. That would be a memorable moments for a family! I think everybody deserves that despite the trouble or problems we're facing everyday. Thanks for the post!

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Zanthe Taylor, M.F.A., is a former dramaturg and English teacher who is currently raising two daughters in Brooklyn, NY.


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