Multiple meals are often the reason of adults and kids eating out in fast food chains, for the options the fast food chains provide, without killing the precious time of diners. An article in Washington Post apparently claims that the necessity to cook multiple meals ceases to be a possibility if single meals prepared at home are twisted to cater to the tastes of both adults and children.
Facts provide that kids should be administered completely nutritious meals, free of preservatives, spicy sauces and marinades and bold flavors, while the contrary applies to preferences of adults with a bulk of seasonings to go into vegetables, spice rubs into the BBQ salmon and proper cheese sauce into pasta. Ultimately, facts provide that children want to have the same greasy, bland, soft and sweet food that they had devoured in McDonalds.
However, home cooks cannot have a better option than the one suggested in the article to pep-up meals as per the flavor and nutritional preferences of children and adults, which would be one of the best attempts not only to save time and money, but also a lot of calories from outside convenient and oft-times junk food.