Some like their pizza cut in squares, while others swear by slices. For as long as we've been stuffing our faces with delicious food, there have been conflicts about the way we eat it. Addressing such fervent foodie issues, we are proud to introduce Food fight.
The question: Should you take pictures of your food at dinner?
Look at those eggs Benedict. See how the Valencia filter brings out the contrast in the English muffin’s nooks and crannies? Yeah, you better “like” that Instagram. When done tactfully, snapping a photo of a dish only takes five seconds, and it’s a quick, virtual thumbs-up to a restaurant. Don’t be a jerk, though: take the photo, then wait until after the meal to fiddle with the editing. For those of us who are really into our food, it’s a great way to remember and share a great dish with friends. Plus, food is a nice diversion from the thousands of cat photos clogging my feed. --Kate Bernot