We are all familiar with the expression, “You are what you eat.” In fact, we can say “We are what we think and what we eat.”
This is not an original concept by any means. In truth, it belongs to the teachings of the Christ. However, by adding just four words, it is even more relevant to our time, right now. After all, eating unloved food is like living an unloved life.
A noted restaurateur and chef, Roger Dufau has owned and managed 16 restaurants and eateries in three continents, including Maison Basque in Toronto and Panache in Hobart, Tasmania. In 1968, he and his mother established the popular Le Petit Gourmet in Toronto.
This book was inspired by a dream that refused to go away.
In 2005 my wife Kathleen and I took a vacation on the Caribbean Island of St. Martin, a place that is a delightful mixture of French culture and Dutch enterprise. After our third night there I woke up in the morning with the vivid memory of a strange dream.