6 thoughts on ““All great change begins at the dinner table.”

  1. Other than the hanging lamp, which looks from its size and flatness that it belongs in another painting, that is one beautiful image….I’ve never seen it.
    And I LOVED the article on meal times! It’s very British; Germans and the French have had a very different history……The French still have dinners at 8:30 or 9pm…..the Germans’ large meal was lunch until about 35 years ago. I love this kind of information…thanks for posting it!

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    • Until you pointed it out the lamp didn’t seem weird–now it does. 🙂 My family used to say supper at our 5 o’clock meal when everyone else said dinner. I used to think this was because we had no class (what did I know?).

      The other link has links to hours of useless American food history fun.

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  2. My mother just joined a senior writing group taught by my friend. She wrote about the dinner table esp conversations when she was growing up. I can’t wait to read it!

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    • I love that sort of thing–family dinner conversations. I remember visiting my cousins and spending hours listening to the adults laugh–and laughing along. At home we usually fought over who got the last piece if fried chicken. 🙂

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