Italian, Rye, And A Fresh Baguette

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Oct 17, 2018

You don't inhale like a cigarette


      When I cook, I cook from memory. I remember the tastes and texture that stood out and, I try to recreate what I  liked best.

I make a Reuben with rye

Italian makes great toast for me

And a fresh baguette with sweet butter....


      We make circles with food memories much like we did with our connections to smoking. The supermarkets encourage it. They put the next seasons memories on the shelf 2 months early and when the week of the celebration arrives, all those ingredients go on sale. We are actually programmed by season in this way..


Our memories are what make it difficult to change

This is why quitting smoking seems so strange.


The connections to smoking are simply unlearned.

Time away is the secret ingredient.