It’s so beautifully arranged on the plate – you know someone’s fingers have been all over it.

03/14/2011

– Julia Child

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26 Responses to “It’s so beautifully arranged on the plate – you know someone’s fingers have been all over it.”


  1. I like to think that when someone took a lot of time arranging the food they did it with the addition of a very secret ingredient I use in all of my dishes: love.

    When those fingers are filled with love I am grateful for the nurishment I receive. A nurishment that fills spaces deeper than any bit of food can fill.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Love is the best ingredient! A blessing is bestowed upon the food and it spill over to the one who will take it. Very much like God… 🙂

  2. Debbie Says:

    I never thought of that! ha! Wow, I have a lot to learn. haha!Thank you for helping me!

    • bendedspoon Says:

      The kiddos and I are guilty of that when we prepare banana split, among others. But it taste really good specially if you sprinkle love all over.
      🙂

  3. jmjbookblog Says:

    That was one of the great qualities of Julia Child…she told it like it is! 🙂

  4. mariqia Says:

    A positive quote! love it

  5. faithdream Says:

    Oh bendedspoon how appropriate!
    Julia Child was my mom’s favorite chef. Thanks for sharing a timeless memory for me. 🙂

  6. bluebee Says:

    My thoughts exactly! 😀

  7. Chatter Master Says:

    So funny! And yet it has a good point. Use a Bended Spoon to put my food on the plate! 🙂

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Aw sweet! Suddenly I see the sparkle in bended spoon! If we can only gather all together we’ll play a game using bended spoon. It will be fun!
      🙂

  8. Ann Says:

    lol

    Thanks, Princess 🙂

    I’m not liking fingers all over my food! 🙂

    Blessings,
    ann


  9. This one made me laugh! 🙂


  10. Maybe it’s just me, but that doesn’t make me want to eat fancy food at all! 😉 Peace, Linda


  11. Thank you for reminding us of this. what is one of hte first things that a great chef has to learn–a great meal is more than great taste. Of course, a great meal must taste good. A great meal involves most, if not all of our senses–sight, smell, sound, touch, as well as taste. A great meal should also awaken our senses of appreciation and thankfulness. Most truly great meals are not a solitary experience. They involve the people we love and the people that love us. Do we remember to say grace and thanks for all of these gifts at every meal?

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Wow you just filled me up with that! Burp! A meal won’t be as delicious when eaten with the people you love than when you eat it alone.

      Hmm let me think further if it’s cheesecake where I have to close my eyes 🙂


  12. Insightful… True and often forgotten…


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