In Shut Up and Eat, Buckworth takes a delightfully Seinfeldian spin on her struggles with the potential landmine that is mealtime and the huge expectations this family institution places on moms. With her wry observations and a collection of fail-safe recipes sprinkled throughout, Shut Up and Eat tackles head-on the many myths and misconceptions about food and parenting.

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And mostly the reason we have a charcoal bbq is because I was in a Home Depot and I said to my then 15yo son “We used to have one of those when I was a kid. I should get that.” And he said “Can you spend $149 without asking Dad?”
So of course I bought it. WITHOUT ASKING DAD.

Just hanging out waiting for tomorrow when my Grandma’s radio show is on the air @zoomerradio

Tune in to #GoToGrandma at 7:30am on AM740, 96.7FM Toronto or http://zoomerradio.ca

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