For the Foodie at Heart, the Foodie-to-Be & the Curious George in us all

“Food”. A simple 4-letter word which can have miles of descriptions, depths of emotion and an overall sense of bliss for any one human being. From the simplest to the most complex of procedures will give birth to an endless number of possibilities; some classics, and others brand new to the world of cuisine; each, which never cease to amaze. ;Food’ is not as straightforward as one may think, there are various elements one may consider ranging from, but not limited to; science, such as biology, chemistry; psychological, such as emotion, the human mind, various sensations, such as touch, taste, sight, sound and smell; basic survival and nourishment; the list is endless. Like the Sirens in Greek Mythology would lure unsuspecting sailors in their ships to their unfortunate demise on the jagged rocks, food, too, is quite alluring. However, the conclusion is not as perilous and treacherous. The conscious mind cannot fathom the brief, yet nearly instant desire to indulge in the temptations before it; it occurs before the mind can grasp what has occurred. It can be triggered from anything, from the crisp snap of a lettuce leaf, crunch of an onion, the succulent steak on the grill, the colorful vegetables in the stir fry, the prickly skin of a pineapple with its sweet and firm rings inside, fish cooked to perfection which breaks apart like butter at the touch of a fork, the decadent layers of chocolate in a cake; the penetrating aromas which quickly engulf the mind; from the sharp and tart smell of the acidity, sweetness dancing in the atmosphere, the warm and inviting scent of freshly baked breads or pastries, rich spices which mingle in harmony from your kitchen to a journey to the far corners of the world. All it takes is one inconspicuous moment to make the mouth water, the stomach grumble and inevitably, the body follows. Food has been, and continues to be, taken for granted; however, Eat & Tell won’t allow such an outcome to occur. For the foodie at heart, the foodie-to-be and the curious George in us all, Eat & Tell will feed the inquisitiveness and addiction of Food.




3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Abid Mustafa
    Mar 26, 2015 @ 12:45:30

    Very nice I will keep writing you more on the subject. Thank you

    Liked by 1 person


  2. Nikita
    Mar 26, 2015 @ 18:26:06

    Looking forward to your blog posts



  3. Somy Iori
    Mar 27, 2015 @ 12:31:09

    Nice (Y)



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