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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Pat Conroy: When I was in a kitchen I could no longer feel the pressure of the When I was in a kitchen I could no longer feel the pressure of the world on my shoulders; for me cooking has always been a high form of play, and teaching someone how to make a meal memorable was a combination of thrill and gift that I never tired of giving. — Pat Conroy
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Wylie Dufresne: It wasn't the traditional cooking most people do. For me, as a young chef, Thanksgiving It wasn't the traditional cooking most people do. For me, as a young chef, Thanksgiving meant going to work in the kitchen at places like Gotham, JoJo and Jean-Georges. — Wylie Dufresne
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Amy E. Reichert: While Lou loved the raucous music, loud voices, and chaotic movement of a dinner rush, While Lou loved the raucous music, loud voices, and chaotic movement of a dinner rush, the calm of prep-work soothed her soul and gave her time to think. Some people did downward dog, some burned incense in front of a Buddha statue, some prayed the rosary; Lou chopped the vegetables into tiny squares, filleted fish, and reduced veal stock. Her meditation smelled better, and even if she didn't find a solution, at least she got to eat. — Amy E. Reichert
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Mary Jo Putney: Something must be done about the food."Seeing his speculative glance Clare laid down her fork Something must be done about the food."
Seeing his speculative glance Clare laid down her fork and gave him a warning scowl. "Yes, I'm a good cook, but I will not have time to work in the kitchen. And don't try to convince me that a mistress also has to cook for her lover."
"I wasn't thinking of wasting your valuable time in the kitchen." He smiled mischievously. "But a mistress can do interesting thing with food. Shall I describe them?"
"No!"
"Another time, perhaps. — Mary Jo Putney
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Zulay Henao: I love to mix things up and create new dishes in the kitchen. I love I love to mix things up and create new dishes in the kitchen. I love cooking shrimp scampi and having a glass of Pinot Grigio while listening to music. — Zulay Henao
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By James Jones: There is, in the Army, a little known but very important activity appropriately called Fatigue. There is, in the Army, a little known but very important activity appropriately called Fatigue. Fatigue, in the Army, is the very necessary cleaning and repairing of the aftermath of living. Any man who has ever owned a gun has known Fatigue, when, after fifteen minutes in the woods and perhaps three shots at an elusive squirrel, he has gone home to spend three-quarters of an hour cleaning up his piece so that it will be ready next time he goes to the woods. Any woman who has ever cooked a luscious meal and ladled it out in plates upon the table has known Fatigue, when, after the glorious meal is eaten, she repairs to the kitchen to wash the congealed gravy from the plates and the slick grease from the cooking pots so they will be ready to be used this evening, dirtied, and so washed again. It is the knowledge of the unendingness and of the repetitious uselessness, the do it up so it can be done again, that makes Fatigue fatigue. — James Jones
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Lesley Nicol: One of the Sunday newspapers asked me to make my favorite dish, and they photographed One of the Sunday newspapers asked me to make my favorite dish, and they photographed me holding it in the kitchen. It was roasted salmon with roasted vegetables. That's not cooking; that's putting things in a pan. It looked quite nice, but I'm not saying it was good. — Lesley Nicol
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jacques Pepin: I taped my first series for PBS in 1982 at WJCT-TV in Jacksonville, Florida. The I taped my first series for PBS in 1982 at WJCT-TV in Jacksonville, Florida. The show, called 'Everyday Cooking with Jacques Pepin,' was about saving time and money in the kitchen - and it was a celebration of simple and unpretentious food. — Jacques Pepin
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Eric Ripert: In a professional kitchen, the idea is to have your cooks not moving much while In a professional kitchen, the idea is to have your cooks not moving much while they're cooking. You want them to stay in the same spot. — Eric Ripert
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Laurie Colwin: No one who cooks, cooks alone. Even at her most solitary, a cook in the No one who cooks, cooks alone. Even at her most solitary, a cook in the kitchen is surrounded by generations of cooks past, the advice and menus of cooks present, the wisdom of cookbook writers. — Laurie Colwin
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Eric Ripert: I have more eating memories than cooking memories and many memories of being in the I have more eating memories than cooking memories and many memories of being in the kitchen - I was always attracted to the kitchen - but nobody ever wanted me to touch anything. — Eric Ripert
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Peter Schjeldahl: A lot of writers and artists are like chefs who eat their own cooking in A lot of writers and artists are like chefs who eat their own cooking in the kitchen and then deliver an empty plate with assurances that it's great. — Peter Schjeldahl
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Grant Achatz: I lived my whole life in the kitchen. Not only that, but it's the passion, I lived my whole life in the kitchen. Not only that, but it's the passion, it's the love for cooking and food. It's dictated my entire life - every aspect of it. — Grant Achatz
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Sophy Burnham: Harriet Beecher Stowe was thirty-nine when she began Uncle Tom's Cabin. She had given birth Harriet Beecher Stowe was thirty-nine when she began Uncle Tom's Cabin. She had given birth to seven children and seen one die. She wrote her book to be serialized in an abolitionist newspaper. Much of it she composed on the kitchen table in between the cooking, mending, tending to her house. — Sophy Burnham
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Georgina Anne Taylor: Lilith returned to her cooking. She didn't let herself think about anything but preparing the Lilith returned to her cooking. She didn't let herself think about anything but preparing the food, one ingredient at a time, a pinch of this into a bowl of that, a vial of this into a jug of that, and so it went, while the sweat ran off her in rivulets and her hair and dress clung to her, and the kitchen hummed with the droning of flies. — Georgina Anne Taylor
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Sadat X: Get wreck in the kitchen like she on the Cooking Channel,And then hide the heat Get wreck in the kitchen like she on the Cooking Channel,
And then hide the heat in the car door ...
God damn, she's a mother-to-be, ya hope for twins,
Give me a whole tribe!
And be as sexy as Janet was on the cover of Vibe. — Sadat X
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Gordon Ramsay: The pressure on young chefs today is far greater than ever before in terms of The pressure on young chefs today is far greater than ever before in terms of social skills, marketing skills, cooking skills, personality and, more importantly, delivering on the plate. So you need to be strong. Physically fit. So my chefs get weighed every time they come into the kitchen. — Gordon Ramsay
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Susanna Clarke: The first dinner-party of a bride's career is a momentous occasion, entailing a world of The first dinner-party of a bride's career is a momentous occasion, entailing a world of small anxieties. The accomplishments which have won her acclaim in the three years since she left the schoolroom are no longer enough. It is no longer enough to dress exquisitely, to chuse jewels exactly appropriate to the situation, to converse in French, to play the pianoforte and sing. Now she must turn her attention to French cooking and French wines. Though other people may advise her upon these important matters, her own taste and inclinations must guide her. She is sure to despise her mother's style of entertaining and wish to do things differently. In London fashionable people dine out four, five times a week. However will a new bride - nineteen years old and scarcely ever in a kitchen before - think of a meal to astonish and delight such jaded palates? — Susanna Clarke
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Anna Garlin Spencer: Anyone can see that to write Uncle Tom's Cabin on the knee in the kitchen, Anyone can see that to write Uncle Tom's Cabin on the knee in the kitchen, with constant calls to cooking and other details of housework to punctuate the paragraphs, was a more difficult achievement than to write it at leisure in a quiet room. — Anna Garlin Spencer
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Daniel Lyons: sometimes i feel like a great chefwho has devoted his entire lifeto monastic study of sometimes i feel like a great chef
who has devoted his entire life
to monastic study of the art of cooking
& gathered the finest ingredients
& built the most advanced kitchen
& prepared the most exquisite meal
so perfect, so delicious, so extraordinary
more astounding than any meal ever created
yet each day i stand in my window
& watch ninety-seven percent of the world
walk past my restaurant
into the mcdonald's
across the street — Daniel Lyons
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Veronica Blade: Two gorgeous guys slaving in the kitchen. Doesn't get any better than this.''You have low Two gorgeous guys slaving in the kitchen. Doesn't get any better than this.'
'You have low standards,' Chait grinned over his shoulder and dropped bread into the toaster. 'If I had two hot girls in my kitchen, I'd want them naked.'
I stood immobile, seeing Chait and Hayden in my minds eye. Naked, cooking for me.
Hayden glanced my way and chuckled as I dashed away. — Veronica Blade
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Geoffrey Zakarian: When I entertain, I want to have fun. But I'm also a control person. I When I entertain, I want to have fun. But I'm also a control person. I don't go in for those everyone-in-the-kitchen cooking scenes. So if I want to be with my guests, I have to do everything - or nearly everything - in advance. — Geoffrey Zakarian
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ray Bradbury: Grandma, he had often wanted to say, Is this where the world began? For surely Grandma, he had often wanted to say, Is this where the world began? For surely it had begun in no other than a place like this. The kitchen, without doubt, was the center of creation, all things revolved about it; it was the pediment that sustained the temple. — Ray Bradbury
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kiran Desai: I'm always in the kitchen, cooking and experimenting - I love it. And every now I'm always in the kitchen, cooking and experimenting - I love it. And every now and then I think, 'I should write a cookbook' or, 'I should write for food magazines.' And then I get drawn back to writing fiction again. — Kiran Desai
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Rachael Ray: If you're preparing a dinner for friends or a holiday dinner, make sure to only If you're preparing a dinner for friends or a holiday dinner, make sure to only prepare recipes you are comfortable with and have cooked before. Cooking for others is not the time to try out a recipe for the first time. You end up spending all your time in the kitchen instead of enjoying your company. — Rachael Ray
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Gary Thorp: Cooking gives you the opportunity to meet the things you eat. You can touch each Cooking gives you the opportunity to meet the things you eat. You can touch each carrot or olive and get to know its smell and texture.You can feel its weight and notice its color and form. If it is going to become part of you, it seems worthy, at least, of acknowledgment, respect, and thanks. It takes much time and care in order for things to grow, and many labors are needed to bring these ingredients to the kitchen. There is a lot to be grateful for that takes place between the wheat field and the dumpling. — Gary Thorp
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Sandra Lee: Baking is how you start kids at cooking in the kitchen. It's fun whether it's Baking is how you start kids at cooking in the kitchen. It's fun whether it's baking bread or cookies. With baking, you have to be exact when it comes to ingredients. — Sandra Lee
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kathryn Stockett: Demetrie came to wait on my grandmother in 1955 and stayed for 32 years. It Demetrie came to wait on my grandmother in 1955 and stayed for 32 years. It was common, in Mississippi, to have a black domestic cleaning the kitchen, cooking the meals, looking after the white children. — Kathryn Stockett
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Michael Mina: I did want to share with you one of the greatest lessons I've learned over I did want to share with you one of the greatest lessons I've learned over the years cooking for my kids - there is enormous value in bringing children into the kitchen. — Michael Mina
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ferran Adria: I don't have a favorite cooking tool. In the kitchen, I always have my pencil I don't have a favorite cooking tool. In the kitchen, I always have my pencil and notebook in my hand. I cook more theoretically than I do practically. My job is creative, and in the kitchen, the biggest part of my creativity is theoretical. The pencil has a symbolic meaning for me. The type of person who carries a pencil around is the type of person who's open to change. Someone who walks around with a pen isn't; he's the opposite. — Ferran Adria
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Samantha Bee: I think that my love of cooking grew out of my love of reading about I think that my love of cooking grew out of my love of reading about cooking. When I was a kid, we had a bookcase in the kitchen filled with cookbooks. I would eat all my meals reading about meals I could have been having. — Samantha Bee
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Rob Cohen: Frighteningly honest. What Anthony Bourdain did to the world of cooking in Kitchen Confidential, Leopold Frighteningly honest. What Anthony Bourdain did to the world of cooking in Kitchen Confidential, Leopold will do to the world of journalism. It's Sid & Nancy meets All the President's Men. — Rob Cohen
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Daniel Boulud: I was 25 years old when I arrived in D.C. It was just myself and I was 25 years old when I arrived in D.C. It was just myself and two people who worked and helped me in the kitchen. I was only cooking for three people most of the time. — Daniel Boulud
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ina Garten: My mother would never let me in the kitchen. I always wanted to cook, but My mother would never let me in the kitchen. I always wanted to cook, but I was never allowed to. Her view of the world was, 'Cooking is my job, and studying is your job.' I think, in retrospect, she didn't like the chaos. She was very orderly. It had to be her way. — Ina Garten
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Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Michael Mina: I liked to screw around in the kitchen when I was a kid. But I I liked to screw around in the kitchen when I was a kid. But I started cooking when I was 15. — Michael Mina
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Lisa Tuttle: Women are generally responsible for all the cooking and planning of meals in private households, Women are generally responsible for all the cooking and planning of meals in private households, but I have never known any to bother about "proper meals" without a man around. Left to ourselves, we glory in "feasting" - standing at the kitchen table, or wrapped in blankets before the fire - on whatever wild assortment we can forage from the larder, or delight in a "nursery tea" of soft-boiled eggs with bread and butter; or dine on tea and cakes, or apples and cheese, while reading."
The Curious Affair of the Dead Wives — Lisa Tuttle
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By William Katt: One of the key things is to encourage people to have a go in the One of the key things is to encourage people to have a go in the kitchen and not to be embarrassed by it. Try and spend a couple of nights a week cooking something up. It doesn't have to be complicated, it can be something really simple. — William Katt
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Amy Mowafi: Having it all is just too much hassle. I'm not every-woman. I'm a working woman. Having it all is just too much hassle. I'm not every-woman. I'm a working woman. And I'm not entirely sure I see the oint of being as dexterous in the kitchen as I am at my desk. If Mr. Y is perfectly satisfied with pre-packaged sushi every night, then far be it from me to raise his hopes with all sorts of homey behavior. The secret, I have discovered, is to manage expectations. If he doesn't expect it, then he's hardly going to be disappointed to discover he may never again eat a home-cooked meal. Or indeed, ever eat again. — Amy Mowafi
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jane Asher: I'm not advocating we should all be back in the kitchen and cooking all the I'm not advocating we should all be back in the kitchen and cooking all the time, because life's too short and we've got more interesting things to do. But to rediscover the intense pleasure of making a cake and putting it down on the table is ridiculously satisfying, out of all proportion to the work. — Jane Asher
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Padma Lakshmi: Once in a while we burned a wok trying to make our churan, and Jima, Once in a while we burned a wok trying to make our churan, and Jima, Bhanu, or another matriarch would banish us from the kitchen. "You should've told us," they'd say. "We would've helped you." You're not getting it, Neela and I thought. This is our party and you're not invited. To this day, the elder women of my household in Chennai still regard Neela or me with suspicion whenever we enter the kitchen to make anything other than tea. No matter that I host a cooking show or that Neela has raised two healthy daughters who clearly haven't starved or been disfigured by a kitchen accident. — Padma Lakshmi
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: FRYING-PAN, n. One part of the penal apparatus employed in that punitive institution, a woman's FRYING-PAN, n. One part of the penal apparatus employed in that punitive institution, a woman's kitchen. The frying-pan was invented by Calvin, and by him used in cooking span-long infants that had died without baptism; and observing one day the horrible torment of a tramp who had incautiously pulled a fried babe from the waste-dump and devoured it, it occurred to the great divine to rob death of its terrors by introducing the frying-pan into every household in Geneva. Thence it spread to all corners of the world, and has been of invaluable assistance in the propagation of his sombre faith. — Ambrose Bierce
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Tyler Florence: Fifty thousand dollars' worth of cabinets isn't going to make you a better cook; cooking Fifty thousand dollars' worth of cabinets isn't going to make you a better cook; cooking is going to make you a better cook. At the end of the day, you can slice a mushroom in about three inches of space, and you can carve a chicken in a foot and a half. So it doesn't matter how big the kitchen is. — Tyler Florence
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Tess Gerritsen: My dad's cooking was magic in the kitchen. But eventually over the years, his personality My dad's cooking was magic in the kitchen. But eventually over the years, his personality changed and his ability to remember recipes failed. He became paranoid and thought people were stealing from him, when often he was just misplacing things. — Tess Gerritsen
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Chris Hill: Hockey and cooking are similar in so many ways, especially if you are a player-coach, Hockey and cooking are similar in so many ways, especially if you are a player-coach, the guy in charge on the ice, a role I would closely relate to that of a chef in the kitchen - they are both contact sports.

You've gotta keep your head up, keep moving and communicate well. Even though you might be the leader in the kitchen or on the ice, you need to understand that that you're part of a working machine and that machine stops working if one of the pieces isn't working in unison with the others. I learned from a very young age the importance of being part of this team dynamic and how hard work can take you to so many different places.

(Chef Duane Keller) — Chris Hill
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Drew Barrymore: Everything I touched in the kitchen turned out crappy, no matter how closely I followed Everything I touched in the kitchen turned out crappy, no matter how closely I followed the recipe or copied the cooking show. — Drew Barrymore
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Charlie N. Holmberg: It's easiest to disguise what you're doing when you're shuffling or dealing," Emery explained, "or It's easiest to disguise what you're doing when you're shuffling or dealing," Emery explained, "or when your opponent is distracted by something that's cooking in the kitchen."
Ceony opened her mouth to protest, but instead closed it and shot him a disapproving look. He had won the game last Tuesday when Ceony had cinnamon rolls in the oven. She had been worried they would burn. Perhaps that's why Emery never kept the money she lost, regardless of the amount. The cheater. — Charlie N. Holmberg
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kevin Hart: As a producer, as a CEO of Hartbeat Productions, I am making deals to put As a producer, as a CEO of Hartbeat Productions, I am making deals to put my company in place to win, to put my staff to work so that while all this stuff is going on, they're in the kitchen cooking. So it's understanding the longevity of the entertainment business; you get out of it what you put into it. — Kevin Hart
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Masaharu Morimoto: A lot of people think Japanese food is difficult, a lot of work. But you A lot of people think Japanese food is difficult, a lot of work. But you don't have to buy the knife I have. You don't have to train as long as I have. You can do my cooking in your kitchen. — Masaharu Morimoto
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Lily Graham: I am one of those lucky marvels whose husband has banned them from the kitchen, I am one of those lucky marvels whose husband has banned them from the kitchen, the last and now permanent ban was during an Everton Three (door slamming on hand) when he'd lamented, in a crazed manner to no one in particular after my failed tomato soup experiment, 'She'd burn air, so she would,' accompanied by wild pacing around the tomato splattered linoleum. — Lily Graham
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Julia Child: Some people like to paint pictures, or do gardening, or build a boat in the Some people like to paint pictures, or do gardening, or build a boat in the basement. Other people get a tremendous pleasure out of the kitchen, because cooking is just as creative and imaginative an activity as drawing, or wood carving, or music. — Julia Child
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Bailee Madison: One of my favorite traditions is that my sisters and I, we all wear the One of my favorite traditions is that my sisters and I, we all wear the same pajamas. I've even still got some from when I was 6. Also, I'll always remember cooking together in the kitchen and that no matter how busy our schedules are, we are all together for Christmas. — Bailee Madison
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Claudia Piras: Whether a gastronomic tour of Italy, an elegant meal at the home of an Italian Whether a gastronomic tour of Italy, an elegant meal at the home of an Italian acquaintance, or "cooking Italian" back in one's own kitchen, the prospect is mouth-watering. — Claudia Piras
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Cindy Gay: I enjoyed the side bars with fun facts and notable sources for where to get I enjoyed the side bars with fun facts and notable sources for where to get more help. Merrin's such a fun writer; I'd love to see her invite kids into her kitchen for cooking classes. She'd be perfect in the classroom and would entice children to try new foods. It's the adults that might need fooling. — Cindy Gay
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Adrian McKinty: With gas cookers and chip pans in every kitchen, the chip-pan fire was by far With gas cookers and chip pans in every kitchen, the chip-pan fire was by far the most popular method these Proddies had for burning their houses down. The second technique was the ever popular chimney fire and number three had to be the drunken cigarette drop on the carpet. Mind you, why they'd be cooking chips at this hour was anyone's guess. — Adrian McKinty
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Chauncey Guy Suits: Although the cooking of food presents some unsolved problems, the quick warming of cooked food Although the cooking of food presents some unsolved problems, the quick warming of cooked food and the thawing of frozen food both open up some attractive uses ... There is no important reason why the the housewife of the future should not purchase completely frozen meals at the grocery store just as she buys quick frozen vegetables. With a quick heating, high-frequency unit in her kitchen, food preparation from a pre-cooked, frozen meal becomes a simple matter. — Chauncey Guy Suits
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jill McCorkle: One day, when my son was eight, he came into the kitchen while I was One day, when my son was eight, he came into the kitchen while I was cooking and said: 'You put bad words in your books, don't you?' No doubt he had overheard my mother, who often tells people who ask about my work: 'Well, you'll never find her books in the Christian bookstore.' — Jill McCorkle
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Eden Riegel: 'Cooking Lucky' is a show for guys - or girls - or really for anyone 'Cooking Lucky' is a show for guys - or girls - or really for anyone who is all thumbs in the kitchen and needs some help cooking meals that are so incredibly impressive they make it look like you've been slaving in the kitchen all day when in reality, they are so effortless to put together that even a moron can do it. — Eden Riegel
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By J.M. Coetzee: Do you always cook for yourself?' she asks. 'I live alone. If I don't cook, Do you always cook for yourself?' she asks. 'I live alone. If I don't cook, no one will.' 'I hate cooking. I guess I should learn.' 'Why? If you really hate it, marry a man who cooks.' Together they contemplate the picture: the young wife with the daring clothes and gaudy jewellery striding through the front door, impatiently sniffing the air; the husband, colourless Mr Right, apronned, stirring a pot in the steaming kitchen. Reversals: the stuff of bourgeois comedy. — J.M. Coetzee
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Anne Lamott: We kept on cooking and walking the dog, taking the kids to the park, cleaning We kept on cooking and walking the dog, taking the kids to the park, cleaning the kitchen, and letting Sara and Adam hate what was going on when they needed to. Sometimes we let them resist finding any meaning or solace in anything that had to do with their daughter's diagnosis, and this was one of the hardest things to do
to stop trying to make things come out better than they were. We let them spew when they needed to; we offered the gift of no comfort when there being no comfort was where they had landed. Then we shopped for groceries. — Anne Lamott
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Suresh Raina: At home in Ghaziabad, everyone is a pure vegetarian. In fact, when I want to At home in Ghaziabad, everyone is a pure vegetarian. In fact, when I want to cook non-veg there, my mum shoos me out on the terrace where I have my cooking utensils. I'm told categorically that whatever non-veg or egg, etc., that I have to cook, I should do upstairs and not enter her kitchen at all. — Suresh Raina
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Cooking was not a chore for Tengo. He always used it as a time to Cooking was not a chore for Tengo. He always used it as a time to think - about everyday problems, about math problems, about his writing, or about metaphysical propositions. He could think in a more orderly fashion while standing in the kitchen and moving his hands than while doing nothing. — Haruki Murakami
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Paula Heller Garland: As I was standing in my kitchen cooking yesterday, a quiet task that causes my As I was standing in my kitchen cooking yesterday, a quiet task that causes my mind to begin reminiscing (similar to washing dishes, cleaning the bathrooms and mowing), I reached for the kitchen scissors and off I went. Kitchen scissors. Who knew there were special scissors to cut food items? Mom did. — Paula Heller Garland
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jon Rubin: When we travel for research our strategy is to simply move from kitchen to kitchen. When we travel for research our strategy is to simply move from kitchen to kitchen. It's truly a wonderful way to travel - food shopping, cooking and eating in one home for lunch and then another for dinner. The process of cooking takes us immediately into the rituals and rhythms of daily life and also places us firmly in the position of learners. We were meet with incredible generosity by all of the families we ate with. — Jon Rubin
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Nina George: Kitchen solace - the feeling that a delicious meal is simmering on the kitchen stove, Kitchen solace - the feeling that a delicious meal is simmering on the kitchen stove, misting up the windows, and that at any moment your lover will sit down to dinner with you and, between mouthfuls, gaze happily into your eyes. (Also known as living.)" RECIPES THE CUISINE of Provence is as diverse as its scenery: fish by the coast, vegetables in the countryside, and in the mountains lamb and a variety of staple dishes containing pulses. One region's cooking is influenced by olive oil, another's is based on wine, and pasta dishes are common along the Italian border. East kisses West in Marseilles with hints of mint, saffron and cumin, and the Vaucluse is a paradise for truffle and confectionery lovers. Yet — Nina George
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Anthony Lane: Cookbooks, it should be stressed, do not belong in the kitchen at all. We keep Cookbooks, it should be stressed, do not belong in the kitchen at all. We keep them there for the sake of appearances; occasionally, we smear their pages together with vibrant green glazes or crimson compotes, in order to delude ourselves, and any passing browsers, that we are practicing cooks; but in all honesty, a cookbook is something you read in the living room, or in the bathroom, or in bed. — Anthony Lane
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Victoria Scott: Though the kitchen's decor stinks, the smell of something wonderful pulls me away from Charlie's Though the kitchen's decor stinks, the smell of something wonderful pulls me away from Charlie's chattering. Bacon. Right there cooking on the stove. Yeah, I know. I'm dead. But I can still eat like a sumo wrestler. And if that deliciousness isn't on a plate in front of me within two minutes, I'm eating it straight from the pan. — Victoria Scott
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kay Robertson: My grandmother's house was just a place of comfort. I mean, I remember going in My grandmother's house was just a place of comfort. I mean, I remember going in there, and the kitchen always had pots cooking with the lids were always bump, bump, bump, bump, bubbling, you know? — Kay Robertson
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Willard Scott: My grandmother was a typical farm-family mother. She would regularly prepare dinner for thirty people, My grandmother was a typical farm-family mother. She would regularly prepare dinner for thirty people, and that meant something was always cooking in the kitchen. All of my grandmother's recipes went back to her grandmother. — Willard Scott
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Michelle Hughes: I think we're fully prepped. Let's see if the boss needs help with anything else I think we're fully prepped. Let's see if the boss needs help with anything else before we start serving. Wrapping her arm in mine, we walked out of kitchen into the main party room looking for Danver. This was the first time we'd been out of the cooking area since we arrived and I think we were both shocked by what we saw. — Michelle Hughes
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Nobu Matsuhisa: Cooking and film are completely different - but I'd rather stay in the kitchen than Cooking and film are completely different - but I'd rather stay in the kitchen than be in movies. — Nobu Matsuhisa
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Anne Fadiman: On her ideal dinner party: 'Virginia Woolf, Coleridge and Charles Lamb would have to be On her ideal dinner party: 'Virginia Woolf, Coleridge and Charles Lamb would have to be there. I would be scurrying around in the kitchen with Mary Lamb - she and I would do the cooking. Of course my brother would be there. I think that's about enough. That number would sustain a single conversation. Virginia and I would be the centre of attention. — Anne Fadiman
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Richard Simmons: I began reading cook books when I was six, cause my father had hundreds of I began reading cook books when I was six, cause my father had hundreds of cook books in the kitchen. I was obsessed with cooking and tasting different recipes. I got lost in being a compulsive eater. It brought me much happiness. Sadness too, sure. But I have to say, and compulsive eaters will agree with me, for that few seconds that you're eating, food tastes just great. — Richard Simmons
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Serena Williams: I grew up watching my mom in the kitchen, that's how I know anything about I grew up watching my mom in the kitchen, that's how I know anything about cooking. I've always wanted to go to a culinary class actually. — Serena Williams
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ruth Reichl: While cooking demands your entire attention, it also rewards you with endlessly sensual pleasures ... While cooking demands your entire attention, it also rewards you with endlessly sensual pleasures ... The seductive softness of chocolate beginning to melt from solid to liquid. The tug of sauce against the spoon when it thickens in teh pan, and the lovely lightness of Parmesan drifting from the grater in gossamer flakes. Time slows down in teh kitchen, offering up an entire universe of small satisfactions. — Ruth Reichl
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Cynthia Lennon: The first thing Julian wanted to do in life, well, before he wanted to be The first thing Julian wanted to do in life, well, before he wanted to be an artist and then a musician, was to be a chef. He'd come home and say 'Why don't you bake cakes like my friends' mothers?' I'd say, 'Oh, Julian, go out and buy a Mary Baker cake mix and do it yourself!' That started him off! By the time he was 13, he'd disappear into the kitchen whenever we had visitors and emerge with beautiful canapes. Now he thinks nothing of cooking for ten or 15 people, and he does it so calmly. — Cynthia Lennon
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Michael Chabon: I had a lot of disasters in the kitchen, even during the long period when I had a lot of disasters in the kitchen, even during the long period when I was cooking under my mother's supervision and with the benefit of her experience. I still fail all the time, in particular when I turn to baking. After hundreds of attempts, following dozens of different formulas, I don't think I have ever made what I would consider to be a completely successful pie crust. Disaster is somehow part of the appeal of cooking for me. If that first Velvet Crumb Cake had turned out to be a flop, I don't know if I would have pursued my interest in cooking. But cooking entails stubbornness and a tolerance
maybe even a taste
for last-minute collapse. You have to be able to enjoy the repeated and deliberate following of a more of less lengthy, more or less complicated series of steps whose product is very likely
after all that work, with no warning, right at the end
to curdle, sink, scorch, dry up, congeal, burn, or simply taste bad. — Michael Chabon
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Nigella Lawson: I know the crew so well, so I forget I'm being filmed. It's like cooking I know the crew so well, so I forget I'm being filmed. It's like cooking with a friend in the kitchen - you're talking, as you do, and maybe you're telling her about this wonderful way to prepare lamb chops - it's more natural, more honest. — Nigella Lawson
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Emily Ratajkowski: I'm a complete foodie, but I'm a terrible cook. If a guy can get me I'm a complete foodie, but I'm a terrible cook. If a guy can get me in the kitchen and we actually have fun cooking, that's amazing. — Emily Ratajkowski
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Bad cooks - and the utter lack of reason in the kitchen - have delayed Bad cooks - and the utter lack of reason in the kitchen - have delayed human development longest and impaired it most. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Cheryl Ladd: My mother, grandmother and older sister all cooked, so it was hard to get into My mother, grandmother and older sister all cooked, so it was hard to get into the kitchen. So I have no talent for cooking. I was always out in the garage with my dad. I have a tool belt. I'm a repair chick. — Cheryl Ladd
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Janet Fitch: At night she began cooking things in the kitchen, things too strange to mention. She At night she began cooking things in the kitchen, things too strange to mention. She steeped oleander in boiling water, and the roots of a vine with white trumpet flowers that glowed like faces. She soaked a plant collected in moonlight from the neighbors' fence, with little heart-shaped flowers. Then she cooked the water down; the whole kitchen smelled like green and rotting leaves. She threw out pounds of the wet-spinach green stuff into somebody else's dumpster. She wasn't talking to me anymore. She sat on the roof and talked to the moon. — Janet Fitch
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kimberly Schlapman: When I was a child, I pretended that I had my own cooking show. I When I was a child, I pretended that I had my own cooking show. I would stand at the kitchen counter with an empty bowl and spoon and talk in a silly voice, explaining the concoction I was creating. — Kimberly Schlapman
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Hiroshi Sakurazaka: Is cooking dangerous?"Most would answer no. But what is a gas range but a short Is cooking dangerous?"
Most would answer no. But what is a gas range but a short - range flame thrower? Any number of flammable materials might lie waiting beneath the average kitchen sink. Shelves lined with pots could weaken and fall in an avalanche of iron and steel. A butcher's knife could kill as easily as a dagger.
Yet few people would consider cooking a dangerous profession, and indeed, the actual danger is remote. Anyone who has spent any time in a kitchen is familiar with the inherent risks, such as they are, and knows what can be done safely and what can't. Never throw water on an oil fire, keep the knife pointed away from your carotid artery, don't use rat poison when the recipe calls for
parmesan cheese. — Hiroshi Sakurazaka
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Laura Shapiro: Toward the end of February 1954, James Beard was at work in his Greenwich Village Toward the end of February 1954, James Beard was at work in his Greenwich Village kitchen doing what he most loved to do: cooking delicious meals. — Laura Shapiro
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Kathy Calvin: You probably don't think twice about going into your kitchen and turning a few knobs You probably don't think twice about going into your kitchen and turning a few knobs to prepare a meal for yourself and your family on an electric or gas range. But for nearly 3 billion people in developing countries who depend on solid fuels to cook their food, the simple act of cooking results in 4 million premature deaths every year from exposure to toxic smoke. — Kathy Calvin
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By James Patterson: Huh - Why is Max in the kitchen?"Dr.Martinez: "We're cooking."Gazzy: "She's just keeping you company, Huh - Why is Max in the kitchen?"
Dr.Martinez: "We're cooking."
Gazzy: "She's just keeping you company, right?"
Dr.Martinez: "No, she's cooking."
Nudge: "Cooking ... food?"
Max: "Yes, I'm cooking food, and it's great, and you're going to eat it, you twerps! — James Patterson
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By M.F.K. Fisher: A potato is a poor thing, poorly treated. More often than not it is cooked A potato is a poor thing, poorly treated. More often than not it is cooked in so unthinking and ignorant a manner as to make one feel that it has never before been encountered in the kitchen ... — M.F.K. Fisher
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ty Pennington: I can cook really well. I started cooking as a kid, so I can fend I can cook really well. I started cooking as a kid, so I can fend for myself in the kitchen and even do a little gourmet action. — Ty Pennington
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Oh, no. That's just a name. Oswald isn't a man, he's an ondageist. Have you Oh, no. That's just a name. Oswald isn't a man, he's an ondageist. Have you heard of poltergeists?" "Er ... invisible spirits that throw things around?" "Good," said Miss Level. "Well, an ondageist is the opposite. They're obsessive about tidiness. He's quite handy around the house, but he's absolutely dreadful if he's in the kitchen when I'm cooking. He keeps putting things away. I think it makes him happy. Sorry, I should have warned you, but he normally hides if anyone comes to the cottage. He's shy." "And — Terry Pratchett
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Tom Colicchio: Even cooking at home, the difference between my wife cooking and me cooking is major. Even cooking at home, the difference between my wife cooking and me cooking is major. When my wife cooks, the kitchen looks like a disaster. When I cook it's completely clean and organized and it doesn't look like anyone has been cooking in there. — Tom Colicchio
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jim Butcher: It turns out that Molly wasn't her mother's daughter in that respect. Charity was like It turns out that Molly wasn't her mother's daughter in that respect. Charity was like the MacGuyver of the kitchen. She could whip up a five-course meal for twelve from an egg, two spaghetti noodles, some household chemicals, and a stick of chewing gum. Molly ...
Molly once burned my egg. My boiled egg. I don't know how. — Jim Butcher
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Marc Jacobs: Both my partner and I did not get into cooking so that we could wear Both my partner and I did not get into cooking so that we could wear ugly chef's coats and stuff. We dress sexy in the kitchen. — Marc Jacobs
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Jay Woodman: LOOKINGThe world goes by, and what have I to do with it? I merely observe LOOKING
The world goes by, and what have I to do with it? I merely observe how the geese stretch their necks towards the orange rim of sky. I watch how light fades and children make their way home, hungry and tired. The bushes outside become ghosts while baths run and kitchen windows steam up with the cooking. This is the smell of our home, where I have a place in the wrinkled hours making beds and hugging boys awake. This is the sound of the house where I feel out lives into words, translate ragged nights and days into something whole, or try to. You may look if you wish ... The world goes by, and what have you or I to do with it, except perhaps for looking ... ? — Jay Woodman
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ben Affleck: I'm terrible in the kitchen. I was mostly raised by my mother and she could I'm terrible in the kitchen. I was mostly raised by my mother and she could cook, so I never perfected that skill. If I had to count on my own cooking to survive, I'd probably be thinner. — Ben Affleck
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By M.R. Carey: Gallagher opens his mouth, shuts it, tries again. "Could make some Molotovs?" he suggests. He Gallagher opens his mouth, shuts it, tries again. "Could make some Molotovs?" he suggests. He nods toward the kitchen. "There's bottles of cooking oil in there." "I don't believe breaking bottles would make a particularly loud noise," Dr Caldwell says acerbically. "It — M.R. Carey
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Janet Fitch: We parked in back and walked down the stairs with their polished brass railings, past We parked in back and walked down the stairs with their polished brass railings, past the old-fashioned kitchen. We could see the chefs cooking. It smelled like stew, or meat loaf, the way time should smell, solid and nourishing. — Janet Fitch
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Anthony Bourdain: What took me to cooking was that there was something honest about it, says David What took me to cooking was that there was something honest about it, says David Chang. There is no lying in the kitchen. And no god there, either. He couldn't help you anyway. You either can - or can't - make an omelet. You either can - or can't - chop an onion, shake a pan, keep up with the other cooks, replicate again and again, perfectly, the dishes that need to be done. No credential, no amount of bullshit, no well-formed sentences or pleas for mercy will change the basic facts. The kitchen is the last meritocracy - a world of absolutes; one knows without any ambiguity at the end of each day how one did. — Anthony Bourdain
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Margaret Atwood: The room smells of lemon oil, heavy cloth, fading daffodils, the leftover smells of cooking The room smells of lemon oil, heavy cloth, fading daffodils, the leftover smells of cooking that have made their way from the kitchen or the dining room, and of Serena Joy's perfume: Lily of the Valley. Perfume is a luxury, she must have some private source. I breathe it in, thinking I should appreciate it. It's the scent of pre-pubescent girls, of the gifts young children used to give their mothers, for Mother's Day; the smell of white cotton socks and white cotton petticoats, of dusting powder, of the innocence of female flesh not yet given over to hairiness and blood. It makes me feel slightly ill, as it I'm in a closed car on a hot muggy day with an older woman wearing too much face powder. This is what the sitting room is like, despite its elegance. — Margaret Atwood
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Ippy Aiona: Growing up, I was always in the kitchen. Even in third grade, I made cooking Growing up, I was always in the kitchen. Even in third grade, I made cooking videos called 'The Little Italian.' Very little production value, but it was good. — Ippy Aiona
Cooking In The Kitchen Sayings By Rick Tramonto: In terms of cooking with friends, I realized early on that all great meals seem In terms of cooking with friends, I realized early on that all great meals seem to start and end in the kitchen, and the more you can get people engaged and hands-on, the better the memories will be. So when people come into your kitchen while you're cooking and prepping and politely ask, "Do you need any help?" the key is to say yes. — Rick Tramonto