Right now, there’s only one thought on my mind.
Will I ever be called to eat food items that are fully paid for and rate them?
In essence, will someone ever ask me to become a food critic and write critical pieces about the quality of food.
Literally, this has taken up so much thinking time. I feel like I could’ve used that time better. In that period, however, I have eaten:
- Half a box of Fruit Biscuits from Karachi Bakery, in Hyderabad
- Half a packet of Laung Sev from Lalit Namkeen, in Indore.
I am truly an Indian boy, which is a nice sentiment to feel as I type this message out.
My thoughts stem from the binge-watching I have done of the new Chef’s Table volume, and by how much I watch the Pizza Show. I think these are two ends of the spectrum when it comes to food reviewing. One, high-end with philosophy behind fine-dining, and one, affordable, with philosophy behind some of the most well-recognizable food to mankind.
I would like to be able to insert such philosophical thought into comprehending where food is from, which is why I’m likely to read a lot more books around food in the coming weeks.
But also, I would really like for people to pay for my food and to tell them what is good and what could be more accessible.