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The resurgence of family meals is one of the "precious few good things" that's come from the COVID-19 pandemic, says food writer Sam Sifton. supersizer/Getty Images hide caption

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Cooking During COVID-19: Family Meals And Fantasies Of Future Dinner Parties

Food writer Sam Sifton says the resurgence of family meals is one of the "precious few good things" to come of the pandemic. He says his family is eating a lot of tinned fish and cabbage these days.

The resurgence of family meals is one of the "precious few good things" that's come from the COVID-19 pandemic, says food writer Sam Sifton. supersizer/Getty Images hide caption

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Cooking During COVID-19: Family Meals And Fantasies Of Future Dinner Parties

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