John Donohue is an editor and cartoonist for The New Yorker, a writer, but most importantly to his wife and two daughters, he cooks. In fact, you might even say he's obsessed with cooking. So obsessed that he started a blog called Stay At Stove Dad, and that he reached out to other guy friends who...
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