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Desire Your Cooking honors Black History by preserving legacy of simple, satisfying home-cooked meals

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Dr. Antoinette Lynch announces the release of Desire Your Cooking instructional videos. In honor of Black History Month, Lynch emphasizes gathering families together for home-cooked meals. Dr. Antoinette Lynch announces the release of Desire Your Cooking instructional videos. In honor of Black History Month, Lynch emphasizes gathering families together for home-cooked meals.

Lynch, founder of Desire Your Cooking, states, "We need to build a legacy of home cooking, not a legacy of fast foods."

Lynch says that memories of great family times are created around the dinner table, not while hurriedly gulping down a fast food meal on the run. Her cooking instruction videos help those who want to learn to cook to do so easily, at their own pace and convenience. The Desire Your Cooking instructional videos provide clear step-by-step demonstrations which guide busy cooks through the entire cooking process for everything from appetizers and main course dishes to desserts.

Long before the display of TV public service announcements which urge families to eat meals together, Lynch asserts that Black women have traditionally practiced the loving act of cooking healthy meals at home, and have understood the significance of using home-cooked meals to connect and strengthen their family. If this practice seems a bit antiquated for our fast-paced modern society of working moms and wives, Lynch points out that healthy food and close-knit families should never go out of style or be pushed aside.

Martin Luther King Jr. summed it up in his statement, "The time is always right to do what is right."

Dr. Lynch is no stranger to the fast-paced life of modern American women. As a Black woman and mom, she has been successful in earning several awards, earning her Ph.D. and starting her own business. Like so many successful women, Lynch believes that the kitchen is the heart of the home. She says that home cooking saves money, is healthier and is worth the time investment. Her videos aim to simplify the process for wives and moms who juggle family, children, work and home. The featured recipes are simple and satisfying and require only basic cooking equipment and simple ingredients.

Desire Your Cooking videos are available through www.desireyourcooking.com for $21.97, including postage and handling.
 

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