Share Dinner Together

Gina Lorubbio

Copenhagen, Denmark

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This was the first piece in the Collective Food Wisdom series, and it comes from perhaps the most apt of places: my mother, Tracy.
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What is the most useful piece of food wisdom or advice you have ever received?

Mom: Share dinner together as a family or with friends. This allows sharing of thoughts, ideas, and feelings, and getting to know each other better. And it helps food digestion. Sometimes life gets crazy, especially when raising kids, and making a priority of sharing dinner together shows you care about each other.

Who gave it to you?

Mom: I’m pretty sure it was my mom…and she tried to practice this when I was growing up (until I started working in the evenings).

How does it show up in your life?

Mom: I join friends for dinners now. We have get togethers frequently and rotate houses for hosting. And although family is not around as often, we make a point of planning special meals for holidays. Amazingly, I see family sitting longer at the table after a meal…as if they don’t want it to end.

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