The Endless Table: How recipes keep memories alive - CNN.com
They shared everything from treasured family recipes to vignettes of personal loss, which inspired Goodman to each share a family recipe, and story, of their own. Many of the chefs had in fact already had these kinds of conversations with their loved ones and shared how liberating it was. They also revealed that making the recipes of their deceased loved helps maintain their memories and a connection to them. This was the aim of the project. As well as maintain connections, Goodman and Hebb want their cookbook to encourage people to have end-of-life discussions with their loved ones before it's too late. Goodman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, co-founded The Conversation Project when she lost her mother to dementia, unable to know what she really wanted in the end when Goodman was faced with making choices on her behalf. Co-founded Both Goodman and Hebb have since given TED talks on this subject highlighting how conversations that may seem intimidating, uncomfortable or even scary over a normal and soothing occasion like dinner can break their taboo. "For some, talking about death is like letting it in the room," Goodman said. "The end of life isn't just a medical thing that happens, it's a human experience. People aren't dying the way they want to or having their wishes honored...so having a conversation like this is a gift you give your family." To make things easier, the cookbook also contains a guide on how to approach talking about end-of-life wishes, compiled using advice from both health experts and families who have had successful discussions.
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Bake in preheated oven at 350 for 25 minutes. You can also use water that was used to clean rice; for additional nutrients. Bring to a boil in plenty of cold water and simmer until soft - around twenty-five minutes. But if you have them in restaurants or hotels, this simple, poor man's food will be given a special status with more appetizing presentations. Peel the garlic clove and grate it in to the melting butter.