Borrow a cookbook from the library, for a cuisine that you normally dislike, or haven’t tried. (Chinese, Italian, etc.) Read through it and find a recipe that you just might be willing to taste.

Alternatively, tell your children that we are expanding our palates and have them choose a cookbook or restaurant to sample from.

Feel free to make this extra festive by choosing a special dessert or traditional holiday meal. This is fun, not a chore!

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