Metaphysical Monday: The Art of Cooking

By Seth Hecox on September-17-2012 | Filed under Dissertation Spss Analysis.

Metaphysical Monday:  The Art of Cooking

We may love music and movies and everything else, but one art form that is both more necessary and less appreciated is the art of cooking.  Cooking quality food not only pleases our pallet, but it also provides basic nourishment to our body.

I had never really paid much attention to exquisite flavors and subtle differences in the quality of food until recently.  The last couple years, my wife has made me realize what a meal is capable of in terms of artistic platform and ability to cause enjoyment.  And there is an art to it.  Knowing which spices to put in a soup or which ingredients make up a Mediterranean salad are nuggets of wisdom I was completely unaware of until now.

So with my new discovery, I’m excited by the idea of what can be done artistically with food and flavor.  Are any of you cooks?  Are any of you skilled in preparing food?  Would any of you like to share your knowledge, abilities or secrets?

About the author Seth Hecox

I play music and write articles. I write the Metaphysical Monday article for IVM. I have a folk project due out later this year. I identify with the Reformed aspects of the Christian faith and I live in the Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia. Follow my musical life at and my (lame) comedy life at View all posts by Seth Hecox

9 Responses to 'Metaphysical Monday: The Art of Cooking'

  1. Brett says:

    The picture of Swedish Chef says it all.

  2. Pastry chef by profession. Next time BTA is in DC or Lynchburg Ill try to hook you guys up with some sweet road snacks.

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    I am THE MAN at making sandwiches and Ramen noodles.

  4. Lucas says:

    Not trying to brag on myself, but sometimes when I cook Ramen Noodles I like to double up and combine both the chicken and shrimp flavors. It’s a culinary extravaganza.

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  6. scott says:

    A few years back I was a missionary in the Marshall Islands. I had to do all my own cooking then. Definitely miss it! I really enjoyed the sense of accomplishment when your done.

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