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This week on The Babes:
December 8 - This week we explore changing culinary history, a final curtain call, enjoying family time, Alzheimer's, and spending detox.
In the winter of 1970, six iconic culinary greats seized an opportunity to gather in the South of France. The group included none other than Julia Child, James Beard, and the pioneering food writer M.F.K. Fisher. Luke Barr, M.F.K. Fisher's nephew, captures this pivotal moment in Provence, 1970, when these great minds converged and changed culinary history.
William McDonald is the obituaries editor of the New York Times. He's also the editor of The Obits 2013, a "who's-who" of some of the most fascinating people who died this past year after making their mark on the world.
Enjoying Family Time
Travel guru Deb Stone returns to share some out-of-the-box family reunion destinations that will keep thrill-seeker cousin Fred, and bird-watching enthusiast Aunt Gertie, smiling and happy.
Beyond the Face of Alzheimer's
This week in our series Beyond the Face of Alzheimer's, Mel shares his experiences caring for his wife Judy while also dealing with his own health issues. With his daughters, he made the difficult decision to move with Judy to a care facility. Mel now resides on the second floor, while Judy lives on the third floor with other Alzheimer's and dementia patients. Mel's story serves as an example of love, loyalty, and remarkable resilience.
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"The Ultimate Cheapskate" and the author of The Cheapskate Next Door, Jeff Yeager, joins us again! This time he shares the secrets of other cheapskates, including spending detox, cutting electrical leashes, and naked lady parties!