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970 million people do not have access to clean cooking, 600 million do not have access to electricity in Africa

It seems like we’ve been hearing about these numbers for a long time. While some progress has been made, the IEA’s Africa Energy Outlook 2022 shows us that there is still much work to be done on the African continent to achieve universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy. The report notes that …

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Cooking for one or two requires simple planning | Characteristic

My husband and I were “empty nesters” for exactly one semester in the fall of 2019. Then COVID-19 hit and my grown children moved back home. During this time, it became apparent that we needed to make significant adjustments to our grocery shopping, menu planning, and food preparation. Today, many people who live alone, including …

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Tiffany Thiessen on cooking, wine and her favorite ’80s snacks

Actress Tiffany Thiessen says her favorite childhood snacks include Cheez-It crackers, Abba-Zaba candies, and Hot Tamales candies. (Photo: Getty; designed by Quinn Lemmers) Because food connects us all, Yahoo Life offers heaps of plates full of table conversations with people who are passionate about what’s on their menu at Deglazedseries about food. Tiffany Thiessen has …

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Adding a Tucson twist to this classic French dish | Food and cooking

Robin Mather special to the Arizona Daily Star We’re in the midst of a summer vegetable extravaganza, and a trip to the farmer’s market will show you just that. I saw some exquisite Japanese eggplants at the market last weekend, their oblong shapes glistening in the sunlight, lightening their deep lavender skins to a delicate …

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