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Foodosophy

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Foodosophy

Hungry Wednesday | The Homecoming Issue
As the Thanksgiving food baby rests comfortably in your stomach, we at Culinarian know the harmony of food and home has reached its seasonal peak.  Whether you’ve travelled back home to devour your Mum’s amazing pumpkin pie and your Dad’s perfectly roasted turkey, or whether you’re attempting to mimic your parents cooking over a wine or two at your home-away-from-home, food will do doubt be the gravitational pull of your day.  So instead of tipping the scales on this culinary overload, we thought it best to share some of our favorite foodosophy quotes instead, with photos from our photographer of the week, Tara Mohtadi.
Our foodosophical thinking was inspired by a fantastic quote from one of our readers in the Hungry Wednesday survey – thanks to Kelcey Otten for this first gem:
“Un dessert sans fromage est une belle à qui il manque un œil”
“A dessert without cheese is like a beautiful woman who is missing an eye.”
Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well”

Virginia Woolf

“I think, therefore I ham”

– Rene Descartes

“Fish, to taste right, must swim three times – in water, in butter, and in wine”

– Polish Proverb

“There is no love sincerer than the love of food”
George Bernard Shaw

 
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To learn more about the “Homecoming” online issue, click here.  To see the Hungry Wednesday articles, click here.  To see the other articles in the “Homecoming” online issue, click here. And don’t forget to fill out our Hungry Wednesday survey here and submit photos for photographer of the week here.

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