Andre Simon on the love of eating well

Wine writer Andre Simon once said: ‘I know wellmeaning people for whom the very phrase joie de vivre is immoral, who look upon the slightest gratification of the senses as sinful. They merely eat to live and are sorry for the poor brutes like myself who know no better and live to eat. I have no patience with them, because I look upon them as heretics who do not accept the orthodox ruling that God’s gifts are all good gifts as long as we make good use of them. To shut one’s eyes to beauty or one’s nostrils to truffles is sheer puritanical heresy.’

Via The Independent by Michael Bateman.

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