The Atria Kitchen

Posted on July 24, 2019 by Taylor Rhea While this dish is not recommended or practical for meal preparation, this story had too much flavor to omit. Master Sergeant Charles Ohler was captured and held in a Japanese prison camp from July 4, 1944 to September 20, 1945. Atria is proud to have this veteran
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Posted on January 30, 2019 by Taylor Rhea Think about your favorite comfort foods – that homemade apple pie recipe your mother passed down, or the spaghetti and meatballs with the special sauce that has just the right amount of tang and spice. Atria residents want to enjoy their favorite foods while also receiving a
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Posted on August 1, 2019 by Beatrice Huston Culturally speaking, we place a great deal of emphasis on physical health and the actions we take to keep our bodies healthy. But what about our brains?  As some of us age, we experience a decline in cognitive ability, memory loss and a general lag in mental
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Posted on April 25, 2019 by admin “You’ve gotta get serious about it and decide what you want your life to be, what kind of quality of life you want to have.” Ed Herider is not a personal trainer or life coach – he is a 79-year-old resident at Atria Canyon Creek in Plano, Texas.
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Posted on August 5, 2019 by admin Things got corn-y in Atria communities across the country in July. In honor of National Culinary Arts Month, Atria chefs battled against local competitors in chef showdowns. Their recipes had to feature a required ingredient: corn. While local competitions drew in large crowds and fierce foodie battles, we
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