The law of nature is do the thing and you shall have the power. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Once you get to cooking you’ll just start to put good things together.
The ritual of the meal will start to fall into place when you start to cook it. Dishes will come down, the table laid, even for yourself. A plate of sliced fruit, bread and cheese. Simplicity. A tossed green salad with a light balsamic vinaigrette. Roasted chicken and carrots with lemon and rosemary. It sounds elegant doesn’t it? You can just picture it because each thing was mentioned individually – you could picture each one in its own dish on the table. Yet it was a very very simple meal. Simplicity should be special.
Tonight I had spaghetti with Parmesan and butter, green salad and a big mug of tea. It’s been raining all day – pasta was a go-to. Inspiration: It just tastes good. I just put it together and I knew it would fill me up and taste good.
Maybe for yourself your taste might be for a grilled cheese with dill pickles. You might get crazy and have sloppy joe meat wrapped in lettuce leaves. How about that fried egg sandwich, pommes frites and a small tossed salad. Or as simple as life should be – a poached egg on toast – mmm. Not too shabby.