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How an innovative chef is taking comfort foods to the next level

Matthew Osolin translates his culinary passion into crowd-pleasing dinners without overtaxing the kitchen.

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Residents of Ohio Living Breckenridge Village Grace Woods are big fans of comfort foods, and Matthew Osolin, director of culinary and nutritional services, creates menus that include plenty of those favorites. But he likes to give these dishes a bit of flair with seasonal ingredients, global flavors and impressive presentations. Listen as Osolin shares how he translates his culinary passion into crowd-pleasing dinners without overtaxing the kitchen.

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