BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. — As the economy takes a downswing, consumers are eating at home more frequently to save money, but there's a problem: We are a nation of non-cookers. Fortunately, there are programs like the one running at Town & Country Markets' grocery stores in Washington state. In 2000, this chain of six grocery stores (three each under the Town & Country and Central Market banners) launched its first Culinary Resource Center, a small area in its Shoreline store ...
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