Anthony Bourdain is one of the most captivating speakers you could ever want to hear from regarding the topics of food and travel. He said many very poignant things over the course of the Cayman Cookout, but one of my favourites was this: "In a lot of ways, a perfectly good dish, prepared by someone who just doesn't care about it, is worse than [one made by] somebody who doesn't have much to work with, but who's trying to do the best they can." I couldn't agree more. How much I enjoy a meal is directly proportional to the passion and love put into the preparation... not to mention eating with the people I love. Cheers!