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Thirty-one years ago, Raghavan Iyer moved from Mumbai to Minneapolis. Recreating the tastes of India in the kitchen is one way Iyer planned to make his home, 8,000-miles away, feel closer. But he quickly realized his biggest limitation in this quest: American grocery stores.
"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." It's something you hear all the time -- and it's no joke.
Heading back to school should be exciting for students, not harmful to their health. But a common school supply is causing some serious damage.
Moving into a new home can be an exciting, but often overwhelming and stressful, experience. And a move with children in tow can prove to be even trickier, as feelings of anxiety and nervousness about the change in their new surroundings creep on. Here are some tips for your next family move.
Eating out doesn't have to mean disaster for your diet. With a few smart and healthy decisions, you can enjoy dining out while still keeping your health and fitness goals on track.
Traveling can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness goals. Here are some tips so you pack in the fun without packing on the pounds.
Some tips for getting your momentum back when returning to healthy habits.
Restaurant service sometimes is great. Sometimes it's just the opposite. The def
It may sound alarming, but parents can sneak exercise into packed schedules. While free time for parents is often hard to find, getting a little exercise is better than doing nothing at all. A quick workout leaves mom and dad feeling a little more refreshed and relaxed -- and it sets a good example for the kids.
Restaurant Talk is an occasional feature written by Nick Freshman, a native Arlingtonian and co-owner of Spider Kelly's and Eventide Restaurant in Clarendon.
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