And his accessible focus on food will whet the appetite of gourmands and food novices alike.
To whet your appetite, you can relive that glorious moment (and watch other programs from the 2014 summit) here.
To whet your appetite, here are three heavy-hitting fashion moments happening in the coming days.
Old English hwettan, from Proto-Germanic *khwatjanan (cf. Old Norse hvetja "to sharpen, encourage," Middle Low German, Middle Dutch wetten, Old High German wezzan, German wetzen "to sharpen," Gothic ga-hvatjan "to sharpen, incite"), from an adjective represented by Old English hwæt "brave, bold," Old Saxon hwat "sharp," from Proto-Germanic *khwataz, from PIE root *qwed- "sharp" (cf. Sanskrit codati "incites," literally "sharpens"). Figurative sense was in Old English.