Your Daily FoodScope for August 08, 2021

Do you often find yourself wondering what food to cook, how to cook it, and even that dreaded question—how much of it? It’s a daily struggle for all of us, but need not be with our food horoscope. Satisfaction is only a click away!


Conflicts with antagonistic coworkers will be a ceaseless source of stress today. A few cups of tea could help keep the tension at bay. Both green and black varieties of tea contain the amino acid L-theanine that promotes relaxation and tranquility, two things you’ll need to get though this combative day.


Financial difficulties may mount today, but don’t rush into quick-fix solutions. Taking the time to come up with a sensible budget will be a better use of your time. Still, you may have to get used to making sacrifices, and a diet high in hot dogs, pork and beans and lots of mac

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Get your kids to start cooking at home

By Lisa Drayer, CNN

As a busy parent, I spend a lot of time in the kitchen preparing breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for my family. I’m fortunate that my husband also enjoys making meals, which serves as a natural division of culinary labor. But what I’ve come to realize — especially during our 1,000-plus consecutive meals eaten at home during the pandemic — is that kids can be wonderful culinary assistants. What’s more, the ability for children to cultivate cooking skills in the comfort of their own kitchens can be a useful and empowering learning experience they’ll carry into adulthood.

A challenging but rewarding role

As a mom of two young girls, I’ve found that teaching kids how to prepare meals — while it comes with its challenges — has also been one of my most rewarding and enjoyable experiences as a parent. My daughters have watched me in

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