”The sea sucks”, people used to say. This was not meant in a negative way, quite the opposite. It meant that the sea gave you an appetite, and when dinner finally was served you and your taste buds were happy.
Was your day wild or peaceful? Have you experienced new things, felt new smells, thought new thoughts? During dinner you can reflect over the day: take it easy, talk about what has happened, really feel the luxury of sitting by a set table.
Give yourself time to enjoy the food. Look at the people, the environment, and the plate before you. Pay attention to the aromas, the consistency, and the flavours of what you are eating and drinking: successful combinations, exciting contrasts. Make your dinner a party, nurturing not only your body, but your senses as well.