Stories From My Stomach

What is authenticity?

What determines good food from bad food? Or shall I say whom?

Like something so good and it was that good that you just assumed it was homemade rather than in a commercial kitchen. There’s a slight difference, has to be. So I just assumed it was homemade. Is there a difference? Like if a fast food employee loved his job that much could he make the food taste homemade?

What is homemade?

From scratch is always good but most of the times it seems I’m eating processed food. Scratch cooking is tough! Ingredients and processing? The seasons and spices are all what you must consider. In the kitchen you must decide because people around you need to get feed. So why not just order in? If the food is great, the service is good, and the moment you create is fun then why not consider it homegrown?

The relations you keep near are golden so please don’t judge the kitchen if the people around get feed. Satisfied much.

If you get food and it’s not good, does that mean you don’t get feed?

Hunger for life but it is sometimes truly starving for you want in your belly. Knowing that the taste of something spectacular is coming up but we do have plenty of this processed slop here for you to eat. If your belly is fool then why does it matter where the location is? Or who helped bring it to the table? There will always be decisions about what is good from bad, but if your taste buds need that special flavor then why not starve. If even the idea of the special taste can make the hunger worth feeling then why not suffer?

Food for blog.


Author: storiesfrommystomach

I am from a Village called South Komelik on the Tohono O'odham Nation. I enjoy poetry and philosophy. Hope you enjoy the blog! :)

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