Tag Archives: food philosophy

Convenience (2/3)

The world is moving faster than we can comprehend. In America, there is an obsession with speed. Everything has to be fast: the Internet, the cars, the mail. Everything. With this need for speed, food is considered a mere fuel, … Continue reading

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It’s All Crazy! It’s All False! It’s All a Dream! It’s Alright: There’s Bacon. (2/2)

My friends, I give you the most amazing Thanksgiving food, ever. Bacon-wrapped turkey. This shows one of the main ideas I have about food: It can always be improved. Yes, the turkey there probably would have been cooked deliciously, and … Continue reading

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Food: A Culture in its Own (1/26)

The most important aspect of food in my regard is the experience that it provides: taste, smell, and the opportunity to socialize and share an evening with friends or family. I find that my attitude towards food differs from many … Continue reading

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Food… Philosophy?

I always loved eating.  For a long time, I didn’t love eating much that wasn’t white, that was not very, very bland, or did not involve brazil nuts.  I just didn’t like the risks involved in trying things.  So, no … Continue reading

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Food is an important part of a balanced diet..(1/26)

Title: Quote, Fran Lebowitz How I look at food has changed drastically in the past few months. I see food as having a value. This has become a good thing for me. For medical reasons, I have started having to count the … Continue reading

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Whose Job is it, Anyway? (1/26)

I believe that food should knock your socks off.  Food should make you sit back and think, “Wow, that’s good.”  Food does not have too look good, although presentation and style does help to encourage one to lift that first … Continue reading

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My Food Philosophy (1/23)

I suppose the most important aspect of a food to me is knowing where it comes from. I like to be able to recognize the ingredients, the method of cooking, and to think about what variations I might have tried … Continue reading

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