Food is a language.

I’ve been thinking lately about the plethora of ethnic food choices we now have – versus the extremely limited, and “Americanized” versions I grew up with in the Midwest, in the Eighties.

For me, being open-minded is staying young…being open to new experiences, being aware of other cultures, etc.

And, if nothing else, the wealth of food choices we now have is providing an openness to a formerly more close-minded society.

So here’s to traveling, to sampling, to experiencing, to…living.

It’s what keeps us young.

Now if only a few of us (myself included) would pick up another language…

 

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