Lately, it seems we’re spending more time cooking at home to feed our families, so why not make it a family affair? Whether you have young children, teenagers or someone a little less familiar with the ins and outs of your kitchen, you can “rally the troops” and make a meal or snack together and maybe even create a new tradition. Eat, Laugh, Talk! The Family Dinner Playbook is teeming with great recipes, of course, but it also includes a variety of tips to inspire conversation, entertainment and togetherness in the kitchen and at the dinner table. So, get cooking!
Recipes provided by Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbook by The Family Dinner Project, published by Familius and available anywhere books are sold.
Featured in the May 2020 issue of Colorado Country Life.