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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Yadda yadda

I wanted to write something today. Honestly, I did. Something meaningful. Something profound.

It's a shame you'll just be getting more bullshit instead.*

Actually, topic of the day is Brillat-Savarin, the French epicure. He was brilliant, plus he had a great sense of humor.
When I first started cooking, I started with recipes. I learned how to cook recipes. Then I started studying the masterful art of Alton Brown and learned how to cook. And since then, I have started reading the works of Brillat-Savarin and learned why we cook. I recently read his The Physiology of Taste. His philosophies on food are practical, philosophical, witty, and refreshing. If nothing else, I suggest you glance at his aphorisms.
Go ahead, it won't hurt you.


*for those interested in less bullshitty stuff, I suggest reading my Lesbian Pirates post or my Anti-V-day post.

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