It is a daily undertaking - a morning shot of coffee, an absentminded sandwich at your desk, a hastily assembled dinner with the remnants from the fridge... With its every day ubiquity we can make the mistake of assuming that food is of little importance, or simply fuel to see us through the day. But what is its real impact on our emotional lives, and how can we better nourish ourselves?
What we eat and how we eat it has a significant impact on our psychological well-being. In recent times, our society has been eager to recruit food to the project of physical health, but we've not always paid so much attention to how cooking and eating can assist us with our emotional health. With over 150 recipes, Thinking & Eating shows how ingredients and dishes can be supporters of certain ideas, emotions and states of mind that best help us confront the challenges of existence. In each recipe we discover of the ways in which food can store, memorialise and transmit the most important ideas of our lives.
Publisher: The School of Life Press
Number of pages: 368
Dimensions: 215 x 165 mm
In an age where our Instagram feeds are inundated with food porn and every week brings a new diet or trend, trust The School of Life to challenge us to think differently about how and what we eat. The brand's first cookbook ... suggests 150 recipes that reveal how food can be used to enhance our emotional health, rather than just our physical wellbeing. - Elle Decoration Magazine