Guy Food Rules!

Scala, Lucinda
July 2010
Guideposts;Jul2010, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p72
The article focuses on how a busy mother can create a legacy in feeding her husband and sons and the importance of family mealtime. The author says that serving simple meals can be helpful as they are comforting, familiar, and tasty. She emphasizes that the mealtime can be the foundation of a wonderful relationship with the men in a mother's life as food is a great conversation starter. She stresses that family meals nourish body and soul.


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