Monday, June 17, 2019

How do busy families instill table manners, and what happens when the mom herself is a food-dropping klutz? Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb confesses to always needing a napking or two.

Children who eat with their families tend to do better in school, eat more nutritiously and avoid risky behaviors.
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From our Dinner Guest, Jennifer Kiko: "Time time spent at the table may change the course of someone’s life in ways we can’t even imagine."
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(Note: This column first appeared in Farm and Dairy 16 years ago. I offer it here again this year, because its message never dims....

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