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kitchengardengal | Dec 14, 201303:23 PM     335

I've met quite a few people who have nobody in the family that cooks. Since I've never been forward enough to grill them on how they do it, I thought I'd ask here.
I raised two boys (and a couple of husbands) and cooked daily, sometimes simple meals and others more involved.
What I can't figure out is,do you take everyone out to eat every day, and what does the family have for breakfast? If there's no food in the pantry, what do you do when the kids are hungry, whether it's dinnertime or not?

So I guess what I'd like to know is, what does a typical week of eating look like in a non-cooking family?

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