Subversively natural beauty

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Posted by Emily on February 21, 2005 at 08:06:22:

In Reply to: posted by HSG on February 20, 2005 at 23:19:42:

I think Ms. Dineen makes an excellent point when she observes that once cooking fed her soul -- and her physical being as well -- she could go on and do other things. If someone is constantly underfed, it's all they can think about. If affects everything they do. Eating normally means that you're free of that distraction and unhappiness, free to go on and live a fulfilled life, and generally be in a pretty good mood.

I think there's something really inspired about the idea of tempting Hollywood with good old-fashioned home cooking. Hollywood always tries to present itself as pushing the boundaries of society, but really, no institution is as set in its ways as Hollywood is. It pretends to be fighting the establishment, but today, it *is* the establishment. What was once rebellious is now very old and rehashed.

Therefore, it makes sense that the best way to quietly subvert that artificial world is to tempt it with something organic and natural -- be it fresh-baked cookies, full-figured feminine beauty, or best of all, both. [grin] In a way, then, that beautiful picture of the model is actually quite daring and cheeky.

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