Looking Past the Children's Menu

I am the opposite of a foodie. As I’ve aged, I have had to discipline myself to fill up with a plate of salad before I go through the buffet line, but if it stops me from being hungry, it’s good.

Nevertheless, I did stop and look twice at this story.

“The table is very important,” Mr. Marzovilla explained as we sat around
one at his restaurant early Sunday evening with our five collective
children. “It’s about nutrition, it’s about family; you go right down
the line. And the children’s menu is about the opposite — it’s about
making it quick, making it easy, and moving on.” —Susan Dominus, NY Times