Lotte Stein - The company you keep
The thought about food is often better than the actuality. One bite and then I have enough. Food was important for Bob and me, the idea of a meal was a communion. It was our time and so it depended a lot of the mood we were in. Bob and I were eternally romantic, Bob perhaps more so than me. We always had a martini to begin with. That to me meant love. In former days when we ate meat we loved a fillet mignon. There again it was the setting and the place which added to the enjoyment of the meal. We had special restaurants which we frequented. We knew the bar tender or the waiter and it was always something special to eat at these places.
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