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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                NOVEMBER HTieMhiesHhinglnKfeis ii SectionB To yaw fivsM publicist contact features Editftr Briah Grant ai 62515144 by email at bcjfantgheraldzeitung com Jf r V9ifWHW4 1 t f l f jV fV Pot the love of By Betty Taylor Correspondent remembers when economies classes were a big ipartOfschooL t Istarted taking home economics classes in seventh grade aiid cdntin ill High she said A Fosfer began Cooking when she was 10 years old partly out of ueuessuy v mother went back to work and since I was the oldest I started helping dut with the she said My mother was a nurse and j many times she would work the 3 I to 11 shift so she wouldnt be Sunday j home for the dinner hour through Jan 1 wasnt the worlds best cook so I think When New Braunfels Museum j she was kind of glad to get out of of Arttind Music 1259Gruene It did not take long for Foster to realize that unlike her mother she did 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