Family Table

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Sri Lanka

Burma

Italy

Indonesia during monsoon season

Tibet

India

Honduras

Macedonia

Do you have a tradition of having family meals? It seems that no matter what country, culture or upbringing we might have, sharing a meal with people we love is on everyone's agenda no matter how rarely it might actually happen. Nowadays in our ever busy world, it’s seems it’s a harder task to gather everyone at the same table, so these photos by the brilliant Steve McCurry make me miss those Sunday dinners at grandma’s house back in the day. Ah, good memories:)

Our family dinner table was like Speakers’ Corner in London. We discussed, debated, argued, declaimed - all of us at the same time. - E. Thomson Earl

P.S: The hungry planet.
P.P.S: From grandma with love!

(Thanks, Stephanie)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Most of our family lives in California so our family meetings are only twice a year but my husband and I try to eat together at least one meal each day.

Krystal // Village said...

love this!

Jillian Manesh said...

wow this is really interesting (especially the monsoon season photo! makes me very thankful for my current dining situation). xo jillian - cornflake dreams

Vanisha @ Vanishas Life In...Australia said...

I love this series, there's also one that shows groceries for families from different countries. It's all very eye-opening. Our dinners tend to be a long affair. There's a lot of story telling, talking, discussing, debating and eating. There's only three of us, two adults and a nine year old but dinners can last up to 2 hours in our house. Even on week nights. We also go around the table and discuss what we're grateful for and what we're disappointed about from the day :)

Diana Mieczan said...

Krystal :)

Diana Mieczan said...

Jillian, I totally agree with you...That photo is incredible, isn't it? Can you imagine?

Diana Mieczan said...

Vanisha, that is so cool! I love long dinners with chatter, laughter and tons of discussions. How wonderful! Also, yes, I wrote about the groceries from different countries. Indeed, very eye-opening and totally interesting, isn't it?

Diana Mieczan said...

That is lovely, Anonymous:) Balazs and I try to eat each day together as well.

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