Eating well is a pleasurable activity. It is also a collective activity and a chance to savour food, ideas and conversation. Eating well is more than a matter of taste. It is a positive act of transcending commercial constraints. Preferring fish to meat is an individual matter; having horizons Hmited to the frozen food cabinets of Coles and W oolworths, however, is another thing altogether.
Recommended CitationGuille, Howard, Pleasures of the Fresh, Australian Left Review, 1(103), 1988, 41-42.