Well I'm here to break the theme with a little Monday afternoon irony:
Xpan/45mm, HP5+ in Rodinal
Irony indeed, and a photograhic situation where added titles would be superfluous!
It's facile to criticise overweight people, and I've been as guilty as the next to so do, but on further thought I now wonder if it isn't more to do with declining standards of family life: without wanting to stirr a nest of hornets, I believe more than ever that the stay-at-home wife contributed a hell of a lot more than she was ever given credit for. My own stayed at home when the kids came along, but after some years she felt the need to test herself again against the outside world. She returned to chemistry and managed to struggle through for a while, but the domeerstic pressure became too much and she decided to return home. Further gainful employment was when she worked on photographs with me, y nada mas.
I have arrived at the conclusion that it's the advent of both spouses working that has pushed the cost of living up into the crisis zone. Before that, people who put in the effort did very well, thank you, as a one salary family; as soon as wives started to work outwith the home front, the shops quickly put up prices to harvest the freshly available capital and it has never stopped since, to the level that two salaries are no longer an option, they are a necessity! Effing greed of the middle man.
Sorry, the point: well, good home cooking seldom seems to fatten people with junk; how do you get to be a good chef unless by doing it every day?