Alice Waters writes,

Good cooking is no mystery.  You don’t need years of culinary training, or rare and costly foodstuffs, or an encyclopedic knowledge of world cuisines.  You need only your own five senses.  You need good ingredients, too, of course, but in order to choose and prepare them, you need to experience them fully.  It’s the many dimensions of sensual experience that make cooking so satisfying.  You never stop learning (The Art of Simple Food, Introduction).

May you experience your faith fully today.  What ingredients have helped you grow in faith through the years?  Do you need to return to any of these ingredients and take them out of the pantry once more?  Maybe some ingredients are no longer fresh and need to be discarded?  May you never stop learning.


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