COOKING UP A STORM?
Raven and I watched the film, Julie & Julia, a couple days ago. A few shots of classic French dishes, a few seconds only on the archetypal food street of Paris, the rue Mouffetard. Loved it while I was watching it, but then it melted away like watermelon sorbet.
"I thought it was going to inspire you to cook up a storm", Raven gives me a baleful glare. "All that you made me was a hamburger with A-1 sauce on part of a baguette!"
Yeah, well, sometimes inspiration takes a little time. And there were sliced tomatoes, redleaf lettuce and purple onions on that burger, too.
"Phooey--now you are institutionalizing lowbrow eating."
Rave, may I point out that you don't even have a brow. And isn't your breed of bird known as the Omnivorous Outsider?
"Some of us may be omnivorous. I'm not."
I see, some omnivoros are more equal than others.
"Something like that. You are forcing me to eat the last piece of pan de dulce, you know."
Who was it who said "Let them eat cake?"
"Marie Antoinette, although some say the phrase was apocryphal. Apocryphal or apocalyptic--they sliced her asymetrically."
Rave, it's rude to talk with your mouth full.