Food is more than something that people eat when they are hungry. To mention a few adjectives, food is awe-inspiring, delicious, inventive, colorful, and motivating. Without even realizing it, a shared love of food may bring people together and make even the saddest person feel better. Food is something I adore, and I feel you should as well. There’s nothing quite like having your entire family sit down to dinner. Food works as a link between people, bringing them together. Getting the entire family together for Christmas Eve or Thanksgiving dinner at your grandparents’ place, treating a friend to a birthday dinner, or holding annual family gatherings are all great ways to remain in touch and interact with relatives and friends you may not see on a daily basis. You can bet I’d accept if a distant relative or family acquaintance I hadn’t seen in years happened to be in Boston and asked to take me out to dinner to ‘catch up.’ Food is a lovely thing since it has the ability to bring people together and keep loved ones close. Consider how many times you’ve contacted a pal to say, “Hey, want to get some ice cream?” “Rise and shine, we’re going to breakfast,” for example. Even if you aren’t aware of it, many social occasions revolve around food. Birthday or holiday dinner parties, city visits, lunch dates, cocktail parties, happy hours, and even pizza parties in your dorm room are all options.