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“No matter what we grow up to be (celebrity, rabbi, circus performer, tattoo artist), we all have that shared experience of school lunch.” —Lucy Shaeffer, author, page 50

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“You don’t have to be a professional to make someone happy. You just have to earnestly try your best.” —Anwen Eslinger, volunteer with For Goodness Cakes

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“Lake Minnetonka is the most amazing example of nature’s playground, and we have the most unique opportunity to witness a stunning shift of seasons here—from humid sunny skies to ice crystals forming on our eyebrows.” —Perris Deppa, page 18

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“Make beauty a necessity, and that which is necessary, make beautiful.” –Helen Johnson, grandmother of Dureen Ruff

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"The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul." –Alfred Austin, English poet and novelist

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“Ever since I was a young child, I’ve been interested in cooking. My mother set up a little table in the kitchen, and I’d do little kitchen tasks and help out. I then got interested in [chef] Emeril Lagasse … He’d shout, ‘Bam!’ when adding various ingredients, and I’d followed suit in making my own cooking videos when I was very young.” —Spencer Olson, food blogger

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