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Amanda Clark is a nutritionist and a professional chef. Her grandma taught her all she knew today. Amanda spent her entire childhood and part of her teenage years with her grandma. Ever since, her love for food has grown to the extent of making her whole life revolve around food. She spends most of her time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes and coming up with new combinations.
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Unlike his wife, who grew up in Tonawanda, Paisley spent his childhood in public housing in the city. He was raised by a single mother, Althea Goree, who worked three separate jobs to support Paisley and his siblings. Paisley also has a grown son and daughter, whom he fathered in his late teens, and he regrets that he missed much of their childhood while in prison. In his book Junkyard Planet, Adam Minter writes about a small town in China that, at one point, was burning 20 million pounds of Christmas lights a year.
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