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The blue and white cooler that continues to stalk Van Mom columnist Cheryl O’Donovan.
For those of you traveling with food to holiday destinations, winter food packing is a little different from summer — most items are being kept hot rather than cold. If you’re traveling to a destination within a couple of hours, keeping food hot in a …