Cooking Equals Art

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Cooking equals art

You know the saying “The Way To A Man’s Heart is Through His Stomach”, well I think everyone would agree with me when I say the way to anyone’s heart is through their stomach. Cooking has to be done during one’s life time; it is not something that can be easily avoidable. It’s something many people do on regular basics and has become an expert in. What you do every day consider art. Art can be acknowledged as something that is created and then just consumed. Yes. Cooking is art because cooking is doing something that you do repeatedly, and have a general or higher knowledge in.

Cooking takes you to the highest of the high. Exactly what is cooking? Something so essential has a very simple meaning. It is the time process of food preparation through applied heat. While cooking, a person has to keep in mind a lot of other factors that finally lead to the product of making delicious food.

Art according to the OED is the skills of doing something that you have had knowledge of or practice.(Art) Comparing that to cooking, we can easily pop in cooking where art is and say; cooking according to the OED is the skills of doing something that you have had knowledge of or practice. That however is not true for both of those statements because one man’s masterpiece of art can be 5 dramatic lines on a canvas, while one man’s masterpiece of cooking can just be a plate with steak, peas and cranberry sauce. The assortment and place of the line and food on a plate though would be considering art.

Our ancient ancestors first discovered that heat could be applied to make food taste better. This was the evolution of cooking. Cooking has not become extinct, now over tens of thousands of years later. Rather than that it has grown into variations and forms that are extremely creative in expression and infinite. According to the latest paleo-archeological information, the oldest art was created by humans during the prehistoric Stone Age, between 300,000 and...
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