Over the generations and even just in the past few years our relationship with food has changed. Instead of seeing food as a way of celebrating life, relationships, family, culture and community, we now too often see it as a nuisance and search for convivence, ease and speed rather than a way to connect to the health of ourselves and our families. What is your relationship to food? Do you cook? Can you cook? Do you reach for food as an emotional crutch or use it as a tool to explore your connection to others? Wherever we are in the world, whatever our background, beliefs, experiences and culture is, food is one thing we all have in common and it is and will always be a necessary part of us. Why not make the best of it? For ourselves and our families?