sharing food

In a world of Seamless and sad desk lunches, traditional sit-down family dinners can sometimes seem at odds with contemporary
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I do not mean double dipping with total strangers or putting 10,000 hands in the communal pretzel jar at work.
Say no and you're a killjoy. But say yes and you've given the entire table the go-ahead to share your sirloin. I just want to enjoy my own dinner. All of it. I don't like to share my food. Is that so terrible?
Having read and loved Laurie David's The Family Dinner, I want to add that it is not just a book advocating that families