If you can't make all of your dinner guests happy, at least you can have a good laugh about it. 

By Annabelle Gurwitch
December 01, 2017

Sharing a meal used to mean that family squabbling settled down as soon as Grandma’s stickily sweet potatoes were served. Oh, how times have changed! These days, when my relatives, friends, and neighbors gather, the meal does not stop our arguments; it starts them. The people in my life have become harder to satisfy. There’s always one person with a new eating regimen.

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