Dinner Tonight: October 7, 2022
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Each family member shares something for which he or she is grateful, in alphabetical order. Continue from A-Z!
If you could teach one class at your school, anything of your choosing, what would you teach?
Team member Bri used to make these Raggedy Ann salads with her great-grandmother as a child. We featured the recipe in our book Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbookto demonstrate one way to incorporate hands-on creative play into mealtimes. When Bri was little, hummus wasn’t a readily available ingredient, so she learned to make these salads using tuna or egg salad for the bodies. We’ve updated the concept with hummus to use as a dip for the vegetables, but you can make these whichever way you like!