Wayne Imber to Provide Free Holiday Cooking Tips this season

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Individuals who would like to learn how to cook on a budget this holiday season can soon access a free resource by Wayne Imber.

Those who would like to prepare delectable yet budget-friendly meals for the holidays can soon access a free online resource featuring related tips from Wayne Imber, who is celebrating the anniversary of his highly successful publication Psychology, Teaching and Cooking this fall.

The free online resource can be found at http://wayne-imber.com/.

In light of the success of Psychology, Teaching and Cooking, coupled with the upcoming holiday season, Imber said he wanted to reward his website blog readers with a free section of “How to Cook for the Holidays on a Budget.” He was originally going to charge for these in-demand cooking tips, but due to the large amount of traffic his website has received recently, he will provide this information for free. (The website has generated double the traffic than originally expected.)

According to Imber, all of the major kinks on the free page of tips will soon be resolved, and the page will then be made available for public viewing.

Imber, a retired professor, previously taught developmental psychology and social psychology to both graduate and undergraduate students. He finally decided to enter retirement after having his life revolve around teaching for three decades. Now that his schedule is freer, he has spent more of his time cooking his favorite meals in the kitchen. He has also tried out brand-new recipes and has even come up with his own and hopes to publish his own English cookbook someday.

Imber said his love for psychology is related to love for cooking because he views cooking as relaxing. In fact, he uses the term “kitchen therapy” to describe the benefits of spending time in the kitchen. Imber also considers cooking to be a powerful art form.

Through his website, readers can learn more about the connection between cooking and psychology, delving into its many benefits not just during the holiday season but year round. They can also learn practical cooking tips, such as how to whip up popular English dishes -- for instance, the classic fish and chips. With Imber’s help, an increasing number of people in today’s fast-food society can start to view cooking at home in a new light and tap into its benefits long term.

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