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Bring the romance back into your ‘empty nest’

Webster's Dictionary defines “empty nest syndrome” as a depressed state felt by some parents after their children have grown up and left home. But for tens of millions of Americans entering the empty nest phase of life, the age-old question “what's for dinner?” is quickly being replaced by “how do I cook for just two people?” Ted Allen, from “Queer Eye” and author of “The Food Yo
/ Source: Weekend Today

Webster's Dictionary defines “empty nest syndrome” as a depressed state felt by some parents after their children have grown up and left home. But for tens of millions of Americans entering the empty nest phase of life, the age-old question “what's for dinner?” is quickly being replaced by “how do I cook for just two people?” Ted Allen, from “Queer Eye” and author of “The Food You Want to Eat,” offers help.