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Budding epicurean, as cuisine is a newfound love. Previously a bit of a chore and tedious necessity, cooking has launched itself into a realm of veritable artistry. When I’m not coaxing flavors to maximum potential, you’ll find me working off the last meals surplus on the bicycle or out running with my trusty sidekick, Coda. And when that’s said and done, my hubby gets first dibs on my time. Magical dishes, magical words: a great cook is, when all is said and done, a great poet. 'Cinquante Ans a Table' (1953) - Marcel Étiennegrancher (1897-1976) AND We can do no great things; only small things with great love. -Mother Theresa