When food communicates with the tongue, the expression
heightens the comprehension of words--as does the sight
and smell of the victual.
Tongued thoughts and feelings are masticated stimulations,
provocations from fast or slowly chewed morsels, fully mouthed
textures that do not articulate--a sublimity that only engages
in the taking of action, or causes one to take pause.
So, what about the eating of these foodstuffs, when nuanced
preparedly, expresses and heightens the comprehension of
Baked Polenta with Pepper Stew--what we're talking about
here is the combination of textures: grit, chunks, and crunchies.
As the polenta (corn grit) sticks to the tongue, the stew
(chunks) gains traction over the tongue, which is then augmented
by the (crunchy) cheese topping. When chewing this combination,
sensation occurs, a vernacular
flavor fills the mouth, making the orifice gape (hopefully
Have a napkin handy...
The Super Ginger Chicken is another such combination that
can make the tongue seethe and/or seize.
What other (non-allergenic) foodstuff substances trigger
such a cogent