John Lawn, Food Management editor-in-chief.
One thing that strikes me about the holiday season each year is that it represents at the same time the forces of both tradition and of transformation. We recall holiday times and memories of the past and celebrate them, revelling in the sense of continuity that traditions provide. The gatherings of friends and family, the Christmas and Hanukkah meals, the decorations and gift-giving, the annual toasts, greetings and blessings—all are part of a deep-felt need to return to the ...
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