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Holiday hosting can be fun, but also stressful! From planning the menu for the big day to managing all the little details, there are a lot of things to manage. We worked with our friends at GoodCook to get some of their insider secrets for stress-free hosting this holiday season: Easy, delicious and unique side dish ideas, simple make-ahead breakfast or brunch recipes, and top tips for storing leftovers for optimal safety and flavor.

Real Family Dinner Projects: A Healthy Lynnfield

Spotlighting a recent partnership with A Healthy Lynnfield, an organization working on community-wide efforts for more family meal times.

Podcast Episode 3: Family Dinner During May Madness

In the third episode of The Family Dinner Project Podcast, we share strategies for managing meals during the busy end of the school year.

Podcast Episode 2: Is it the Family, or the Dinner?

We dive into questions around family dinner research, trying to sort out whether it’s the dinner, or the family having dinner, that matters.

Podcast Episode 1: Home for the Holidays?

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our latest venture: The Family Dinner Project Podcast! In each of our 30-minute episodes, Content Manager Bri DeRosa and Executive Director Dr. Anne Fishel will talk through tough topics related to family meals. Pull up a chair and grab a plate — we’re serving up real talk about […]

A Therapist’s Take on That Christmas Dinner from “The Bear”

Family therapist Dr. Anne Fishel tackles takeaways from the notorious family Christmas dinner on hit show “The Bear.”

Hosting at the Shabbat Table

Mona Fishbane, Ph.D. reflects on the importance of Shabbat meals and rituals to her and her family over the generations.

100 Ways to Ask About The Day

We’ve compiled a list of 100 Alternatives to “How Was Your Day?” so families can have better, more meaningful conversations at any age.