I recently went on a hike that featured many small paths branching off the main path, and I wondered quietly to myself where each one went. So, the next day, I went back and decided to explore each of these smaller paths that seemingly led to nowhere. As I would come to discover, each of the paths were at one point connected with each other and the main path in one large network. They were connected in such a way that you could hike a slightly different route every time and probably never hike the same route twice.
As you’ve probably noticed, I often relate a lot of the life lessons I learn to the food I eat and/or cook. After all, food is such a big part of my life that it is hard not to. Most recently, I was struck with a realization that both food and life share a very important quality: versatility.