Quote by: Brillat-Savarin

There are neither raptures, nor ecstasies, nor transports of bliss in the pleasures of the table; but they make up in duration what they lose in intensity, and are distinguished above all by the merit of inclining us towards all the other pleasures of life, or at least of consoling us for the loss of them.

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Author Bio

  • NameBrillat-Savarin
  • DescriptionFrench lawyer, politician and writer
  • BornApril 1, 1755
  • DiedFebruary 2, 1826
  • CountryFrance
  • ProfessionLawyer; Politician; Author; Chef