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The family that cooks together

Communal cooking is a double-edged sword, especially if you are a control freak like . It’s lovely to cook with someone who knows what they’re doing, not so much if you catch them using Butro on your . This is why I only go on self-catering holidays with food nerds and, even then, the likelihood of my imposing my food agenda on everyone is pretty high. I do not believe in settling

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