(as colorful as you eat, as vibrantly attentive as you digest. You are with certainty the freshness and the energy of what you intake, and you radiate with joy, in concordance with the discerning mind that has helped you acquire a sense of delicate taste, the very same that will impregnate your spirit to conquer life gently, and carry your soul gracefully.)
*the everlasting guiding words of
Jean Anthelme Brillant-Savarin (1755-1826).
French lawyer, politician, violinist, chemist, judge, and author of “Physiology of Taste” (1825).