In National Sunday Supper Day, it is a good chance for all families to enjoy meals and talk together on the second Sunday of January each year.
In these days, families are busy with after-school activities, work and homework. Sunday dinner has become a disappearing tradition across the country, and the Sunday Dinner Movement aims to bring families together in the kitchen and around the dinner table every Sunday. The National Sunday Supper Day is another step towards this goal.
National Sunday Supper Day
It is said that the establisher of the Sunday Dinner Movement and the Food and Wine Conference is Isabel Laessig. As a mother of four, she was inspired to start the Family Foodie blog, as her oldest child leaves for college and the things she misses most about home will be time spent in the kitchen and hanging out with friends and family.
In 2012, Laessig and her families celebrated their first National Sunday Supper Day by gather to enjoy a dinner together. Laessig and eight bloggers are passionate about bringing families to cook and eat together.
How to celebrate National Sunday Supper Day
Invite your friends and family members to spend a day preparing a Sunday Supper Day. While preparing, why do not discuss plans for activities in the next week. Moreover, how about spending some times on enjoying a meal with your colleges. Create bonds that will last a lifetime. For more information visit www.sundaysuppermovement.com. Use #SundaySupper on social media.
ObservedNational Sunday Supper Day has been observed the second Sunday in January.
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