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It can be the way into anyone's heart. I think most of the friends I ever made throughout life was because I offered them food, either as hungry high schoolers/ college students or by hosting dinner parties as an adult.
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I don't know about that saying. I honestly think that food can be a great connector. I notice that in my family a meal is always used as a chance to share about what's going on in life and gave a moment of togetherness.
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I agree this is very mich true. My husband eats all day and gain no weight. His favorite dish is anything that's seafood, but I can't cook it for him due to my shell fish allergies
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Well, it's true for me. My husband loves Mutton Ghee Roast, Chicken Tandoori, and Mutton Mughlai. On special days, I just know what I have to cook to make the day special for him. It just brightens up his day and I am happy to see his happy face after a sumptuous lunch or dinner.