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Film critic Roger Ebert on what matters most about a meal

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Film critic Roger Ebert has written a moving and intriguing look at the meaning of food and drink on his Chicago Sun-Times blog. Surgery left him unable to eat, but his memories are firmly intact.

Near the end of the essay, he says, "The food and drink I can do without easily. The jokes, gossip, laughs, arguments and shared memories I miss."

-- Mary MacVean

Photo credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

 

 
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wow, this piece by ebert might be one of the most compelling pieces of food writing i've read in a while. it's very sad though.


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