Of Food and Hospitality – In Social Context

That thing you do when you invite people over, suggesting there’ll be food? There is a reason it’s usually referred to as “entertaining”, regardless of whether any other entertainment is provided beyond the conversation expected to develop in-between the happy munching. I categorically disagree with the approach that entertainment (be it spiritual or intellectual) is more important than food eaten before or during said entertainment.  … Continue reading Of Food and Hospitality – In Social Context