From left, Sharon Licona and her mother, Karla Anderson, join Norma Perez and her daughter, Andrea Garcia, for a meal during a pilot program that aimed to teach participants how to cook healthy foods on a budget.
From left, Sharon Licona and her mother, Karla Anderson, join Norma Perez and her daughter, Andrea Garcia, for a meal during a pilot program that aimed to teach participants how to cook healthy foods on a budget. COURTESY OF INTER-FAITH FOOD SHUTTLE
From left, Sharon Licona and her mother, Karla Anderson, join Norma Perez and her daughter, Andrea Garcia, for a meal during a pilot program that aimed to teach participants how to cook healthy foods on a budget. COURTESY OF INTER-FAITH FOOD SHUTTLE

Midtown Muse: Raleigh program encourages families to cook healthy meals together

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