*looks at word "food," wondering what further thoughts it'll spur*
Uh...food is good.
*looks a little more*
Tangent! Here's a phrase to remind you of three different "oo" sounds in English: Blood is good food. Say it and, if you're paying attention, you can feel the three different vowel sounds coming from three different parts of your mouth. "Blood" has the "oo" near the roof of the mouth, "good" is closer to the middle, "food" is near the back and the tongue. Once upon a time in earlier English, all three sounds would've been the same, spelled with one o, and pronounced like "oh." Things changed. (So did people, hairstyles, and interest rates.)
Pay attention to your mouth. Interesting things happen in it.
No particularly interesting meals lately for me. Cheap, basic food is my friend right now. That's the joy of the McMenamin's chicken curry rice bowl: it's cheap and good and filling. I had it for dinner last Friday waiting for Battlestar Galactica at the Bagdad.
And I'm craving pizza. May my next pizza be, if possible, especially good pizza.
Hey, I said this would be miscellaneous, right?