Over the last 14 years of marriage we’ve spent a lot of time around food.

Something that has peaked our interest in the last couple of months is how food impacts intimacy in our marriage?

We’ve gone from eating bean burritos, bad frozen pizza, fish sticks, and eating out often to having a home cooked meal just about every night of the week.

We spend a lot of time these days talking about food.  Not in a bad way, but in a way that brings us closer together.

We’ll discuss our weekly menu and grocery list, what we’re having for dinner, and what works and what doesn’t depending on the activity level in our house.

Food has given us another opportunity to be intimate with one another. It’s not always about whose job it is but rather how can you make meals work in your family…so, what’s for dinner at your house?

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