Fine food.

So I’m going to talk more about this topic as we go on, because I pretty much didn’t say half of what I meant.  I’ll do better!

BTW- I AM LOVING THE SUPPORT OVER THE LAST FEW DAYS!

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5 responses to “Fine food.

  1. Looks like a beautiful day there in Texas, enjoying the posts!
    Mike

  2. Parissa

    I personally would like to learn more about developing a pallet for listening to music. Chefs learn how to train their tongue while in culinary school, so why not the same for the ear? I feel I treat music more as a background aural space-filler rather than the star of the show it sometimes deserves, so information on how to listen and what to listen for would benefit me to pick up on the nuances, but I may be the only one who feels that way. 🙂

    • I would bet money that you are not the only one who feels that way. I’ve been thinking a bunch about what you said about chef training in schools. I think of it from my personal experience. I try to eat and drink things that stretch and change my palette for the experience and to be a life-long learner in whatever I do. But this does not make me at all have the in-depth knowledge of chemical and biological factors that make great flavors. I will never be able to cook like a master chef, but only hope to be able to enjoy, not just appreciate, fine cooking. Now I just have to get the money to try the fine cooking out!

  3. Parissa

    Btw, I meant palette, not pallet. I am not looking to build a wooden structure to stand on so I can listen to music. 🙂

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