A family check-in can spark conversation about what is going on in one another's lives.
Dinner conversations don’t have to be serious. They can also be about a baseball game, the antics of the family cat, a relative’s upcoming surgery, a parent’s childhood memories and a child’s complaint about having to do a science project. The key is that there is a chance for everyone to get involved in a shared conversation.
Keep children involved in the conversation. It’s okay for parents to talk with each other, but don’t turn the family dinner into adult conversation time.
1 box Barilla® Whole Grain Elbows
1 cup raw carrots diced for carrot puree*
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 clove garlic chopped
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup Asiago cheese diced
1 cup fontina cheese diced
½ cup Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese shredded
Salt and black pepper to taste
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