My daughter and I are learning to cook together.

That probably should be embarrassing for me to admit since my daughter is 19 and lives across the country for college now. Most mothers teach their daughters to cook when they’re knee high, serving as mini sous chefs with measuring cups and spoons. Or maybe not. That was not my experience with my mom, and it hasn’t been mine with my children.

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