A thought-provoking cookbook exploring the psychology of food and how to eat to nourish the mind and body. From a morning shot of espresso to an absentminded sandwich at your desk, or a hastily assembled dinner with the leftovers from the fridge, eating is a ubiquitous daily undertaking. But what is its real impact on our emotional lives, and how can we better nourish ourselves? With over 150 recipes, Thinking & Eating shows us how ingredients and dishes can support certain ideas, emotions, and states of mind. In each recipe we discover how food can store, memorialize, and transmit the most important ideas of our lives.
OVER 150 RECIPES TO NOURISH THE MIND
INTRODUCES SIXTEEN KEY INGREDIENTS that evoke emotions like hope, playfulness, and self love.
INCLUDES "CONVERSATION MENUS" that prompt fascinating conversations for eating with friends.