Judgments about tastes in food are more difficult to justify. Although most of us believe there is a difference between good food and bad food, we also acknowledge that tastes are highly subjective, or at least cultural. The sense of the taste itself – what happens in the mouth – is one of the least reliable senses. It is difficult to describe how something tastes because it is less differentiated and less sensitive than vision or hearing. The relationship of gustatory to art-centered aesthetics is further strained by the questionable status of food as an art form. Should culinary art be considered high art? Does it require the same skill to produce? Faculties to appreciate? Should salads be displayed in museums alongside of paintings? The aesthetics of food, drink, and cooking pose unique challenges to aesthetic theory and philosophy of art.