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I am 75 years old. I retired from the USAF in 1973 and after that I was a beekeeper for 30 years, until 2003, when I retired again. In 2003 my wife broke her arm and I took over the cooking for about 3 months while she was healing. After she got well, she said that she had cooked for more than 40 years and she was tired of it. I told her that since she had cooked the first 40 years I would cook the next 40. While in the Air Force we traveled all over the world and ate many unusal foods. The only food I have found that I don't like is chitterlings.