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Kathy Maister
Kathy Maister teaches people how to make food they actually enjoy, like guacamole. (Wiqan Ang/Boston Globe) Wiqan Ang/Boston Globe

A former home ec teacher puts her cooking tips onto a videocast

By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / June 13, 2007

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With her sunny perma-smile, hearty chuckle, and First Lady hairdo, former home economics teacher-turned-video blogger Kathy Maister fits in somewhere between Ina Garten and a hard-sell QVC demonstrator. Her recipes -- for meatloaf, 7-layer dip, deviled eggs, and Tex-Mex cheeseburgers -- seem right for a menu at any small town American diner. (Full article: 726 words)

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