I've been invited to my husband work colleagues home for dinner this weekend. I haven't met the couple before so I don't feel comfortable telling them beforehand that I don't eat sugar, as I don't want to come across as being difficult. However, I also don't want to turn up on the night and not eat all of the meal they prepared for us, as they may think that I don't like it or I'm being rude. What makes it worse, is that they are from Italian and Greek background which means lots of yummy temping food!
I suggested to my husband that maybe he could say something to his colleague before hand, but he thinks I'm being silly and he doesn't want to.
This is the first time that I have been placed in this position since I stopped eating sugar 6 weeks ago. I need some advise on how to approach this situation? HELP ME!
I should give my husband more credit! I think that secretly he also doesn't want to eat sugar but doesn't want to admit it in public ;)
On his on accord, my husband mentioned to his colleague yesterday that I was fructose intolorant. It wasn't a big deal after all! One of his family members is also fructose intolorant, so they are use to cooking without sugar. This was much easier than I orginally thought!
Thanks for all your help.
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