This is such a beautiful perspective on the spirituality behind food.
If God created the world for us to nurture, cultivate and enjoy... If He created our world with intention, meaning, significance and purpose... If matter, matters... then what are the implications for a chef, a gardener, an entrepreneur or an artist? What context does that provide for your work? For your recreation? For your meals?
If food was intentionally provided by God for our enjoyment and if the experience of sharing a meal together is such a intensely communal experience then how should that impact your eating habits? When was the last time your family sat down for a meal together? When was the last time you invited a stranger to join you?
How should our theology impact our fast-food culture?
If the final image in Revelation is a massive heavenly banquet filled with all the nations of the earth enjoying the ultimate communal experience together with their creator then what are we to do about our one billion hungry neighbors living in the nations of the earth today?
If salt allows food to taste more like itself and Jesus says that we are the salt of the earth then what is our role on this planet that he intentionally created to be enjoyed?