One obstacle to the study of food and wine aesthetics is the complicating role of social class and moral judgment in explaining food or wine
From the Archives: I defend the view that wines can be works of art. But certainly not all wines. Most wines in fact are just
The issue of what we eat or drink is often considered to be trivial, a personal matter that has no larger significance and is thus
“To each his own”. “One man’s meat is another man’s poison.” Platitudes about disagreement over taste are a “dime a dozen”, as numerous as platitudes
Now that food has become an object of discourse rather than a taken-for-granted necessity, it has also become the focus of myriad ideological crosscurrants—vegan vs.
In doing some research on Atelier Crenn, the restaurant featuring the visually compelling, poetically-rendered cuisine that I blogged about last week, I came across this