What You Eat Is What You Think (And Perhaps Vice Versa)

Eat, Drink, Think: What Ancient Greece Can Tell Us About Food and Wine David Roochnik | Bloomsbury

By Valerie Abraham

In Eat, Drink, Think, David Roochnik commendably demonstrates that one’s attitude towards food is reflective of one’s philosophy. He serves a feast of Greek thought from Homer to Aristotle, with some tangents and food memoirs of his own interspersed along the way. Any reader who loves food and loves Homer will find his work thought-pr…

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