When people say they don't like something, they've often had a poor version of it, like their aunt's soggy, over-boiled beans. They'll swear off beans until the end - or until someone can convince them to wipe the memory and their tastebuds clean and try a great version of beans on a fresh slate, or plate or palate.
Home-made from local oranges and my backyard rosemary, this marmalade and I now understand each other intimately.
We're a thick as orange thieves and as warm as marmalade toast.
(Julia Hebaiter in Another Life)FoodLit Writer, Feel-Good Food Lover & Storyteller
Because Food Sans Story is Bland