Food for inspiration

August 13, 2011 § 3 Comments

Walt Whitman used to have oysters and meat for breakfast, Emily Dickinson preferred her own home-baked bread, whereas Marcel Proust used to drink espresso to write his “In Search of Lost Time “, and not madeleine as we would have guessed.  Even great writers and poets want some little treats for inspiration.

lllustration by Wendy MacNaughton.

via New York Times

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