What’s in an idiom? It’s a saying, usually set down from the past, that has a very different meaning than its literal words. The words don’t mean what they say, can I say what they mean?
For instance, when I’m talking with my friend, am I actually chewing the fat? And when I’m found wrong, is there really egg on my face?
In a nutshell, idioms are phrases that we use every day, as easy as apple pie, without even realizing it. Continue reading “Speaking in Tongues – How Food Idioms Pepper Our Language”