An Effort to End Nutritional Ignorance
CHEESE AND CHOCOLATE
Maybe not together. But I want both, daily. I never want chocolate for breakfast. I always want it after lunch. And Dinner. And Dessert. But cheese I could have anytime, anywhere.
I once read how a talented, less-than-perfect-appearing actress lost weight by “breaking up with cheese”. Poor thing.
For me, Chocolate is like a lover and Cheese is my friend.
To My Dear Friend, Cheese,
Could we ever part? I like you when you are cold, I love you when you are warm. I like you with wine, I like you atop a MacIntosh apple. I like you floating in a soup, I like you deep fried with sauce. I like you melted over warm crispy bread. You have many forms, and I have not found a version of you I don’t so enjoy. Thank you for your comfort and nourishment.
It’s me. Last night was hot and delicious!
I can’t quit thinking about you.
You free for lunch? dinner?
Hope 2 C U soon?!
I want you,
We all have varying relationships with food. Some are healthy, some are pathological. As with any relationship, knowledge, communication, balance and boundaries are key.