Saturday, January 21, 2006

The primary art

What is art? A question for the ages, with many answers.

But what is the first and foremost of all arts?


I just finished a chicken paprikash, cooked by Julie, that is the finest creation a human can experience.

I have been to many of the great museums of the western world. I have listened in rapture to an uncountable number of musical compositions. Sat enthralled in attendance at great thater and motion pictures. But none of them compares to Julie's artistry in the kitchen.

When I eat her paprikash, her canelloni, rigatoni, veal, lamb or beef stew, there is no art connoisseur in the world who would not envy my experience. It is truly priceless.


At January 22, 2006 7:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, cooking is an art.. Also an accomplishment of mine .. Unfortunately, my husband isn't as appreciative of some, as you are of your wife's...

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