I was noticing, when making Ds's menu for next month, that they eat differently than we do, in some ways.
Granted, they eat some things that I can't, and we eat some things that Ds can't have, but aside from that, I mean.
Basically, Ds would eat anything here that wouldn't make him sick, but since ddil eats differently, he has changed some things, and doesn't make some things, so that they will both eat.
I was wondering how closely your family - when you cooked for them - eats to what you like, and how much your cooking changed to suit family?
For example, as I've mentioned before, ddil doesn't eat a lot of things that Ds does/did, from meatloaf to hash browns. So, they don't have those type of foods at all. When he chooses side vegetable, or vegetables to go into food, he works around beets, green beans, peas, etc.
My Dh is only choosey about a few things. When we got married, he didn't like tuna casserole, white cream sauces, and maybe 2 or 3 other things. I won him over on the tuna casserole, though we didn't have it often, because I made it differently than the ones that he didn't like, but gave up on the others.
With Ds, it was liver. Not in any way, shape, or form. He also didn't like peas, stuffing, or turkey. He got over the peas, and loves them now. He has decided that stuffing is not evil, but he never warmed to turkey or liver. So, I got to where I'd also make a meatloaf, which he loves, along with turkey on Thanksgiving. It was not a hardship for me to have both meatloaf and turkey sandwiches leftover, lol! Now, however, with ddil not liking meatloaf at all...
Mostly, I learned with him, his dislikes were actually textures...except for turkey and liver. He can't stand 'slimey' chicken, for example. If I cooked it well done, he was happy. And, breasts went over fine, but thighs, not so much.
How about there?