Cooking something delicious is really much more satisfactory than painting pictures or making pottery. At least for most of us. Food has the tact to disappear, leaving room and opportunity for masterpieces to come. The mistakes dont hang on the wall or shelves to reproach you forever. It follows from this that the kitchen should be thought of as the centre of the house. It needs above all space for talking, playing, bringing up children, sewing, having a meal, reading, sitting, and thinking… Its in this kind of place that food has flourished. Its from this secure retreat that the exploration of man’s curious relationship with food, beyond the point of nourishment, can start. – Judith Jones

 

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