The Spooning and the Fork

We who love food and believe in its near-mystical power like to imagine that the ideal menu exists for every occasion, that there is no life situation too complicated or unpleasant that it cannot be improved by a perfectly chosen and prepared meal. This, of course—like all beliefs born of passion—is a fallacy, but only by half. My own life being, many times over, proof to tell the tale.

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