I’m grateful for good food.

It’s one of life’s purest, simplest and most consuming fleeting joys, I think. I don’t really understand people who have complicated relationships with food. I’m so grateful to have experienced several cultures which love their food, even have slightly obscene relationships with their food. Good food doesn’t have to be expensive, either, in my experience.

Picture: This is so-fresh-it-was-breathing-underwater-at-tea-time coûteaux persillié, a kind of marine shellfish cooked in butter, chopped parsley and garlic.


Send me sunshine, light and love! :) Constructive criticism is also welcome.

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