Diana Kennedy, food writer devoted to Mexico, dies at 99

Jaime E. Love

MEXICO Town (AP) — Diana Kennedy, a tart-tongued British meals author devoted to Mexican cuisine, died Sunday. She was 99.

Kennedy expended a lot of her existence finding out and preserving the conventional cooking and elements of her adopted house, a mission that even in her 80s had her driving hundreds of miles across her adopted place in a rattling truck as she searched distant villages for elusive recipes.

Her almost dozen cookbooks, which includes “Oaxaca al Gusto,” which won the 2011 James Beard Award for cookbook of the yr, replicate a lifetime of groundbreaking culinary contributions and her effort to acquire vanishing culinary traditions, a mission that began extended before the rest of the culinary earth was giving Mexican cooking the respect she felt it was owing.

Her prolonged-time buddy Concepción Guadalupe Garza Rodríguez explained that Kennedy died peacefully shortly just before dawn Sunday at her property in Zitacuaro,

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6 inexpensive ways to eat healthy at home

Jaime E. Love

So you pick up your phone and suddenly you’ve spent $35 on a carb-heavy meal that would have cost a fraction to prepare at home.

It’s a less-than-ideal start to the week, and making it a habit could have implications for your overall well-being. Eating nutrient-dense, balanced meals is one of the most important things you can do for your physical and mental health, according to Anya Rosen, a New York-based registered functional dietitian.

Thankfully, there are ways to do so on a budget. Here are six ways you can eat healthier without spending your entire paycheck at the grocery store.

When we are hungry, we tend to make decisions that might not line up with our wellness or financial goals. So when you take the time to prepare multiple meals for the week, you are giving yourself a safety net to fall back on when you’re in a hurry
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