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Dickens was a true Victorian foodie, a man who took serious pleasure in eating and drinking. His culinary interests likely stemmed from surviving meager times during his youth. As the son of a man who often lived beyond his means, young Dickens was saddled with the task of making money for his indebted family. After his father was sentenced to prison for his debts, 12 year-old Dickens was forced to leave school and take a job in a boot-blacking factory. Being a naturally intelligent and creative child, this unpleasant factory work was tantamount to a prison sentence for young Dickens. He only worked in the factory for a few months, but the difficult experience helped to shape his personality. Dickens had a flare for championing the everyman in his stories, a writing style that eventually became known as “Dickensian.” His novels stir compassion for the overworked and underpaid. Having lived through lean times, Dickens equated food and drink with abundance, a feeling made evident in nearly every story he wrote.(pbs.org)
Free! It’s mom’s house!
Yep.. it’s Monday…..
Aaaaaah man. it’s Monday..
What must I say, for this kind of day, I’m in battle “Touche”..with my food imagination in Anime..
I’m in dismay, feeling hungry like I’m in Castaway..For now I’ll just stay in hopes for a dinner display..
Having a case of the Monday’s sucks so you have to do something to get you excited to be alive again.
Regardless of the hectic work day, cumbersome housework and making lunches for the kids there needs to be a cheer up moment sometime during the day.
Nothing better brightens up my day than barbecue chicken wings with a little rice and cabbage to go with it!