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100 Cuisine's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cuisine's Sayings By Christine Stovell: [Gethin] was used to New York and schlepping down to Buddakan or a trendy bistro [Gethin] was used to New York and schlepping down to Buddakan or a trendy bistro in Manhattan's meatpacking district or some other hip and happening joint, she thought, running out of 'Sex and the City' hotspots. Welsh cuisine probably wasn't sexy enough for him now, but once you got over the sight of laver bread and cockles, all that iodine was supposed to do wonders for your love life. On the other hand, Gethin Lewis didn't look like a man who needed any chemical crutch to boost his libido. — Christine Stovell
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Cuisine's Sayings By Wylie Dufresne: As a pure source of reference, 'Modernist Cuisine' is incredibly helpful. It's like a modern-day As a pure source of reference, 'Modernist Cuisine' is incredibly helpful. It's like a modern-day encyclopedia, except for a single subject. It's not always the answer, but it's always a starting point. I feel honored to have been able to contribute to it. — Wylie Dufresne
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Cuisine's Sayings By Charlie Trotter: Fernand Point's philosophy instilled what cuisine is all about: generosity and hugeness of heart. Fernand Point's philosophy instilled what cuisine is all about: generosity and hugeness of heart. — Charlie Trotter
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Cuisine's Sayings By Monika Chiang: What I love about London is the energy and the creativity. Culturally, it is such What I love about London is the energy and the creativity. Culturally, it is such a happening city, from the cuisine to the fashion. — Monika Chiang
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Cuisine's Sayings By Margaret Powell: Well, every art requires appreciation, doesn't it? I mean people who paint, sculpt, or write Well, every art requires appreciation, doesn't it? I mean people who paint, sculpt, or write books want an audience. that's the reason they're doing it for, and it's the same when you're a cook. You need somebody who savours it, not one who just says, 'Oh it's not bad. — Margaret Powell
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Cuisine's Sayings By Alan Brennert: Hawai'i has often been called a melting pot, but I think of it more as Hawai'i has often been called a melting pot, but I think of it more as a 'mixed plate'
a scoop of rice with gravy, a scoop of macaroni salad, a piece of mahi-mahi, and a side of kimchi. Many different tastes share the plate, but none of them lose their individual flavor, and together they make up a uniquely 'local' cuisine. This is also, I believe, what America is at its best
a whole greater than the sum of it's parts. — Alan Brennert
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Cuisine's Sayings By Nicole Mones: You know how someone - something - surprises you. You wake up a little bit. You know how someone - something - surprises you. You wake up a little bit. That's done through Chinese cuisine - for example, through dishes of artifice. That's a whole sub-tradition in Chinese cuisine. To create a dish that comes to the table looking like one thing but actually is something else. — Nicole Mones
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Cuisine's Sayings By Michelle Sagara West: Sanabalis never seemed to eat, and he deflected most of her questions about Dragon cuisine. Sanabalis never seemed to eat, and he deflected most of her questions about Dragon cuisine. Then again, he deflected most of her questions about Dragons, period. Which was annoying because he was one, and could in theory be authorative. — Michelle Sagara West
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Cuisine's Sayings By Raymond Sokolov: To the chefs who pioneered the nouvelle cuisine in France, the ancienne cuisine they were To the chefs who pioneered the nouvelle cuisine in France, the ancienne cuisine they were rebelling against looked timeless, primordial, old as the hills. But the cookbook record proves that the haute cuisine codified early in this century by Escoffier barely goes back to Napoleon's time. Before that, French food is not recognizable as French to modern eyes. Europe's menu before 1700 was completely different from its menu after 1800, when national cuisines arose along with modern nations and national cultures. — Raymond Sokolov
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Cuisine's Sayings By Jonathan Haidt: The Chinese sage Mencius made the analogy between morality and food 2,300 years ago when The Chinese sage Mencius made the analogy between morality and food 2,300 years ago when he wrote that "moral principles please our minds as beef and mutton and pork please our mouths."4 In this chapter and the next two, I'll develop the analogy that the righteous mind is like a tongue with six taste receptors. In this analogy, morality is like cuisine: it's a cultural construction, influenced by accidents of environment and history, but it's not so flexible that anything goes. You can't have a cuisine based on tree bark, nor can you have one based primarily on bitter tastes. Cuisines vary, but they all must please tongues equipped with the same five taste receptors.5 Moral matrices vary, but they all must please righteous minds equipped with the same six social receptors. — Jonathan Haidt
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Cuisine's Sayings By Charlie Trotter: A jazz musician can improvise based on his knowledge of music. He understands how things A jazz musician can improvise based on his knowledge of music. He understands how things go together. For a chef, once you have that basis, that's when cuisine is truly exciting. — Charlie Trotter
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Cuisine's Sayings By Warren Ellis: Gentrification had stopped dead several doors west of my spot overlooking Avenue B. You could Gentrification had stopped dead several doors west of my spot overlooking Avenue B. You could actually see the line. That side of the line; Biafran cuisine, sparkling plastic secure window units, women called Imogen and Saffron, men called Josh and Morgan. My side of the line; crack whores, burned-out cars, bullets stuck in door frames, and men called Father-Eating Bastard. It's almost a point of honour to live near a crackhouse, like living in a pre-Rudy Zone, a piece of Old New York. — Warren Ellis
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Cuisine's Sayings By Homaro Cantu: From food trucks to hot dog stands to county fair favorites, 'street food' has enjoyed From food trucks to hot dog stands to county fair favorites, 'street food' has enjoyed a rich and storied history in American cuisine. However, street food has been around for thousands of years. In fact, street food is believed to have originated as far back as Ancient Rome. — Homaro Cantu
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Cuisine's Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: In a Pyongyang restaurant, don't ever ask for a doggie bag. In a Pyongyang restaurant, don't ever ask for a doggie bag. — Christopher Hitchens
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Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: There is not a good or a bad cuisine, just the one you like the There is not a good or a bad cuisine, just the one you like the best. — Ferran Adria
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Cuisine's Sayings By Louis Leterrier: Directing is like cooking, it's like cuisine. You cannot make a great dish with bad Directing is like cooking, it's like cuisine. You cannot make a great dish with bad ingredients. I have great actors, and I'm putting them together. That's all I'm doing. — Louis Leterrier
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Cuisine's Sayings By Nathan Myhrvold: People who grow up in a region doubtless have a better cultural awareness of their People who grow up in a region doubtless have a better cultural awareness of their own cuisine, but it's also true that a lot of locals go to McDonald's, Applebee's and the like. — Nathan Myhrvold
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Cuisine's Sayings By Larry Fitzgerald: I've traveled all the way around the world; I've been to over 95 countries, so I've traveled all the way around the world; I've been to over 95 countries, so I love ethnic food, different types of cuisine. — Larry Fitzgerald
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Cuisine's Sayings By Daniel Boulud: I actually don't think there is any difference between French and American cuisine. French cuisine I actually don't think there is any difference between French and American cuisine. French cuisine was always about discipline, about ingredient, about creativity, but also about simple. I see America as very similar in these rights. — Daniel Boulud
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Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: Chefs have only been able to work in restaurants, high-end cuisine. Why? Why haven't they Chefs have only been able to work in restaurants, high-end cuisine. Why? Why haven't they been able to find other scenarios? For those chefs who want to do avant-garde cuisine, should they be finding their income in a restaurant? — Ferran Adria
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Cuisine's Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Her cuisine is limited but she has as good an idea of breakfast as a Her cuisine is limited but she has as good an idea of breakfast as a Scotchwoman.
[Sherlock Holmes, on Mrs. Hudson's cooking.] — Arthur Conan Doyle
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Cuisine's Sayings By Joe Perry: I love Indian food - it's my favourite cuisine. I love the mixture of spices I love Indian food - it's my favourite cuisine. I love the mixture of spices and the subtle flavours. It's really erotic; the spices are so sensuous. — Joe Perry
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Cuisine's Sayings By Margot Livesey: In The Moon, Come to Earth Philip Graham takes us on the best kind of In The Moon, Come to Earth Philip Graham takes us on the best kind of journey, as he simultaneously reveals the fascinating city of Lisbon
its neighborhoods, its writers, its customs, its cuisine
and offers an intimate portrait of his beloved family. With his far-reaching intellect Graham is the ideal travelling companion, and The Moon, Come to Earth is a beautiful and surprising book. — Margot Livesey
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Cuisine's Sayings By Daniel Boulud: The biggest thing is education for young chefs and how they should focus on one The biggest thing is education for young chefs and how they should focus on one cuisine rather than trying to imitate too many. It's like art - you can see the cycles from many past artists and new artists being inspired by past artists. — Daniel Boulud
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Cuisine's Sayings By Daniel Boulud: I think Spain will always remain inspirational, and I think French cuisine will continue to I think Spain will always remain inspirational, and I think French cuisine will continue to be very French and yet very relevant with its time and keep evolving. But the last thing you want for it is to become too trendy and confusing. It has too much history. — Daniel Boulud
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Cuisine's Sayings By Christopher Caldwell: If the spread of Pakistani cuisine is the single greatest improvement in British public life If the spread of Pakistani cuisine is the single greatest improvement in British public life over the past half-century, it is also worth noting that the bombs used for the failed London transport attacks of July 21, 2005, were made from a mix of hydrogen peroxide and chapati flour. — Christopher Caldwell
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Cuisine's Sayings By Sebastian Bach: I never really knew what fine cuisine was when I was a little boy in I never really knew what fine cuisine was when I was a little boy in Canada. For me, Italian food was 'Kraft Dinner' or pizza. When I moved to New York, that's when I discovered all the Italian food. — Sebastian Bach
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Cuisine's Sayings By Baz Luhrmann: The food in Sydney is an Asian Pacific cuisine. It's eclectic but above all it's The food in Sydney is an Asian Pacific cuisine. It's eclectic but above all it's fresh, inventive and creative and that's what I love about it. — Baz Luhrmann
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Cuisine's Sayings By Adam Mansbach: A holiday vacation can mean sampling all kinds of new cuisine - whether it's Uncle A holiday vacation can mean sampling all kinds of new cuisine - whether it's Uncle Joe's award-winning chili or the exotic flavors of Nepal. If your little ones are fussy, be sure to ease mealtime hassles by bringing along a supply of the familiar foods they're accustomed to rejecting at home. — Adam Mansbach
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Cuisine's Sayings By Mimi Pond: Plastic shoes are to the shoe world what fast food is to fine cuisine. Plastic shoes are to the shoe world what fast food is to fine cuisine. — Mimi Pond
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Cuisine's Sayings By David Augsburger: Theologically, the creation of chocolate demonstrates both the unity and the diversity of humanity. Wherever Theologically, the creation of chocolate demonstrates both the unity and the diversity of humanity. Wherever you taste it, in every country of the world, it is immediately recognizable. Other things, in every cuisine, are just food, but chocolate is chocolate. — David Augsburger
Cuisine's Sayings By Susan Abulhawa: He looked on in silence at the proof of what Israelis already know, that their He looked on in silence at the proof of what Israelis already know, that their history is contrived from the bones and traditions of Palestinians. The Europeans who came knew neither hummus nor falafel but later proclaimed them authentic Jewish cuisine." They claimed the villas of Qatamon as "old Jewish homes. They had no old photographs or ancient drawings of their ancestry living on the land, loving it, and planting it. They arrived from foreign nations and uncovered coins in Palestines earth from the Canaanites, the Romans, the ottomans, then sold them as their own "ancient Jewish artifacts." They came to Jaffa and found oranges the size of watermelons and said, "Behold! The Jews are known for their oranges." But those oranges were the culmination of centuries of Palestinian farmers perfecting the art of citrus growing. — Susan Abulhawa
Cuisine's Sayings By Princess Tatiana Of Greece And Denmark: My German heritage, it's through food. Growing up in Switzerland, the thing that I remember My German heritage, it's through food. Growing up in Switzerland, the thing that I remember the most is the food. And so the way that I experience people and places is through that - through its food and cuisine. — Princess Tatiana Of Greece And Denmark
Cuisine's Sayings By Annia Ciezadlo: The irony is that Iraq actually has one of the richest and most sophisticated cuisines The irony is that Iraq actually has one of the richest and most sophisticated cuisines in the world. So many classic American or European foods - ceviche, albondigas, even the mint julep - have roots in Iraqi cuisine, which was a crossroads of Persian and Arab and Turkic traditions. The oldest written recipes in the world are from Iraq! — Annia Ciezadlo
Cuisine's Sayings By Michael Krondl: Whereas once medieval Europe had adhered to a common Catholic religion, a common Latin language, Whereas once medieval Europe had adhered to a common Catholic religion, a common Latin language, and common well-spiced cuisine (at least, for the elite), the balkanization of the Christian world along national lines now meant that nations could no longer gather around the same table as easily as before. Even though it would take some years, the Europe-wide fashion for spices-as much as Latin-would be a casualty of Martin Luther's squabble with the bishop of Rome. — Michael Krondl
Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: People wouldn't think of making avant-garde cuisine at home. When people play basketball at home, People wouldn't think of making avant-garde cuisine at home. When people play basketball at home, they can't play like Michael Jordan. — Ferran Adria
Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: Like all disciplines where information is shared and work contributes to their advancement, cuisine should Like all disciplines where information is shared and work contributes to their advancement, cuisine should be no different. The kitchen is our life, and we are available to share. We want to share our work so that future generations can cook and create a more efficient, easy and unquestionable quality. — Ferran Adria
Cuisine's Sayings By Marcel Boulestin: The pleasure of eating something because it is expensive has absolutely nothing to do with The pleasure of eating something because it is expensive has absolutely nothing to do with the taste of good cuisine. — Marcel Boulestin
Cuisine's Sayings By Paul Bocuse: The so-called nouvelle cuisine usually means not enough on your plate and too much on The so-called nouvelle cuisine usually means not enough on your plate and too much on your bill. — Paul Bocuse
Cuisine's Sayings By Anthony Bourdain: If I were trapped in one city and had to eat one nation's cuisine for If I were trapped in one city and had to eat one nation's cuisine for the rest of my life, I would not mind eating Japanese. I adore Japanese food. I love it. — Anthony Bourdain
Cuisine's Sayings By Padma Lakshmi: Auguste Escoffier into what we now know as the five mother sauces of French cuisine. Auguste Escoffier into what we now know as the five mother sauces of French cuisine. It's funny — Padma Lakshmi
Cuisine's Sayings By Dave Barry: Speaking of food, English cuisine has received a lot of unfair criticism over the years, Speaking of food, English cuisine has received a lot of unfair criticism over the years, but the truth is that it can be a very pleasant surprise to the connoisseur of severely overcooked livestock organs served in lukewarm puddles of congealed grease. England manufactures most of the world's airline food, as well as all the food you ever ate in your junior-high-school cafeteria. — Dave Barry
Cuisine's Sayings By Michael Pollan: Every peasant cuisine has incredible ingenious tricks for getting a lot of nutrition out of Every peasant cuisine has incredible ingenious tricks for getting a lot of nutrition out of a small amount of ingredients. There are people who don't have the money to invest in better food, but perhaps they have the time. There's a trade-off: The more time you're willing to put into food preparation, the less money you have to spend. — Michael Pollan
Cuisine's Sayings By Robert Farrar Capon: Every dish in the ferial cuisine, however, provides a double or treble delight: Not only Every dish in the ferial cuisine, however, provides a double or treble delight: Not only is the body nourished and the palate pleased, the mind is intrigued by the triumph of ingenuity over scarcity - by the making of slight materials into a considerable matter. A man can do worse than to be poor. He can miss altogether the sight of the greatness of small things. — Robert Farrar Capon
Cuisine's Sayings By Ioanna Karystiani: brown-capped porcini, yellow chanterelles, and oysters, every hillside ablaze with multicolored mushrooms, tasty and not brown-capped porcini, yellow chanterelles, and oysters, every hillside ablaze with multicolored mushrooms, tasty and not nourishing in the slightest. — Ioanna Karystiani
Cuisine's Sayings By Imtiaz Ali: I'm a big foodie. Hyderabadi cuisine is amazing, and the kind of mutton dishes available I'm a big foodie. Hyderabadi cuisine is amazing, and the kind of mutton dishes available at some restaurants in the Old City is incredible. — Imtiaz Ali
Cuisine's Sayings By Lydia Davis: Why don't you like the foods I like?" he asks sometimes. "Why don't you like Why don't you like the foods I like?" he asks sometimes. "Why don't you like the foods I make?" I answer. — Lydia Davis
Cuisine's Sayings By Jane Harper: He passed a takeaway that seemed to offer cuisine from any corner of the world He passed a takeaway that seemed to offer cuisine from any corner of the world as long as it was fried or could be displayed in a pie warmer. — Jane Harper
Cuisine's Sayings By Frank Crowninshield: My interest in society - at times so pronounced that the word 'snob' comes a My interest in society - at times so pronounced that the word 'snob' comes a little to mind - derives from the fact that I like an immense number of things which society, money, and position bring in their train: painting, tapestries, rare books, smart dresses, dances, gardens, country houses, correct cuisine, and pretty women. — Frank Crowninshield
Cuisine's Sayings By Paula Ann Lujan Quinene: I do what I can, when I can, cuz when I can't, then I can't. I do what I can, when I can, cuz when I can't, then I can't. — Paula Ann Lujan Quinene
Cuisine's Sayings By Michael Pollan: Every cuisine has its characteristic 'flavor principle,' Rozin contends, whether it is tomato-lemon-oregano in Greece; Every cuisine has its characteristic 'flavor principle,' Rozin contends, whether it is tomato-lemon-oregano in Greece; lime-chili in Mexico; onion-lard-paprika in Hungary, or, in Samin's Moroccan dish, cumin-coriander-cinnamon-ginger-onion-fruit. (And in America? Well, we do have Heinz ketchup, a flavor principle in a bottle that kids, or their parents, use to domesticate every imaginable kind of food. We also now have the familiar salty-umami taste of fast food, which I would guess is based on salt, soy oil, and MSG. — Michael Pollan
Cuisine's Sayings By Dule Hill: I go back five generations in Jamaica. My dad grew up in Port Royal, and I go back five generations in Jamaica. My dad grew up in Port Royal, and my mom grew up in Kingston. My family is from the country like West Moreland and also in Manchester. I've been there countless times. As far as cuisine, there's not really much that comes out of Jamaica that's on a plate that I don't like. — Dule Hill
Cuisine's Sayings By Friedrich Durrenmatt: The art of the cuisine, when fully mastered, is the one human capability of which The art of the cuisine, when fully mastered, is the one human capability of which only good things can be said. — Friedrich Durrenmatt
Cuisine's Sayings By Anthony Bourdain: Cuisine in the world - whole roasted fish, Tuscan-style, for instance - Cuisine in the world - whole roasted fish, Tuscan-style, for instance - — Anthony Bourdain
Cuisine's Sayings By Pat Conroy: When my novel 'Beach Music' came out in 1995, I had included a couple of When my novel 'Beach Music' came out in 1995, I had included a couple of recipes in the book and had tried to impart some of my love of Roman cuisine and the restaurants of Rome. — Pat Conroy
Cuisine's Sayings By Fernand Point: Cuisine is not invariable like a Codex formula. But one must guard against tampering with Cuisine is not invariable like a Codex formula. But one must guard against tampering with the essential bases. — Fernand Point
Cuisine's Sayings By Richard Olney: There exists a bastard cuisine that is too often assumed to be real French cooking. There exists a bastard cuisine that is too often assumed to be real French cooking. — Richard Olney
Cuisine's Sayings By Eva Green: England understands good Chinese, Japanese and Indian cuisine; in France, we just get French. England understands good Chinese, Japanese and Indian cuisine; in France, we just get French. — Eva Green
Cuisine's Sayings By Jean-Francois Lyotard: Eclecticism is the degree zero of contemporary general culture: one listens to reggae, watches a Eclecticism is the degree zero of contemporary general culture: one listens to reggae, watches a western, eats McDonald's food for lunch and local cuisine for dinner, wears Paris perfume in Tokyo and retro clothes in Hong Kong; knowledge is a matter for TV games. It is easy to find a public for eclectic works. — Jean-Francois Lyotard
Cuisine's Sayings By Bryan Lee O'Malley: Gilded palace of Flying BurritosExcellent Nouveau Mexican CuisineWe all got to wear Swank-Ass Nudie SuitsI Gilded palace of Flying Burritos
Excellent Nouveau Mexican Cuisine
We all got to wear Swank-Ass Nudie Suits
I should have known it was a lousy pipe dream
Ohhh, Ohhh, what an awesome job
Ohhh, Ohhh, what do I do now??
Ohh, Ohhhhh, it's like I've been robbed
Spent the last of my paycheque
And I'm feelin' pretty downnnnn!! — Bryan Lee O'Malley
Cuisine's Sayings By Shirley Abbott: Besides its content and methods, the cuisine devised by squaws and hillbilly women, as well Besides its content and methods, the cuisine devised by squaws and hillbilly women, as well as slave women, had another thing in common, which was the belief that you made do with whatever you could lay hands on
pigs' entrails, turnip tops, cowpeas, terrapins, catfish
anything that didn't bite you first. — Shirley Abbott
Cuisine's Sayings By Fernand Point: Every morning the cuisinier must start again at zero, with nothing on the stove. That Every morning the cuisinier must start again at zero, with nothing on the stove. That is what real cuisine is all about. — Fernand Point
Cuisine's Sayings By Andrew Cherng: Having spent many years working in New York's Chinatown restaurants early in my career, I Having spent many years working in New York's Chinatown restaurants early in my career, I have the utmost respect for the history and connection New Yorkers have with Chinese cuisine. — Andrew Cherng
Cuisine's Sayings By Yotam Ottolenghi: Turkish cuisine is, to my mind, one of the most exciting and accomplished in the Turkish cuisine is, to my mind, one of the most exciting and accomplished in the world. — Yotam Ottolenghi
Cuisine's Sayings By Cat Cora: It's fun to pick a cuisine and say I'm going to research Ethiopian food, and It's fun to pick a cuisine and say I'm going to research Ethiopian food, and see what it's all about. You find that there are a lot of similarities in cuisines from around the world and a lot of similar flavors. — Cat Cora
Cuisine's Sayings By Julia Child: I suddenly discovered that cooking was a rich and layered and endlessly fascinating subject. The I suddenly discovered that cooking was a rich and layered and endlessly fascinating subject. The best way to describe it is to say that I fell in love with French food- the tastes, the processes, the history, the endless variations, the rigorous discipline, the creativity, the wonderful people, the equipment, the rituals. — Julia Child
Cuisine's Sayings By Thu Tran: I look up to my father, because he's very, very experimental in his cuisine, and I look up to my father, because he's very, very experimental in his cuisine, and he puts a lot of love into things. He's the best. To me. — Thu Tran
Cuisine's Sayings By Emmanuel Des Essarts: Take advantage of the gracious condescension of the elegant calf's kidney, multiply its metamorphoses: you Take advantage of the gracious condescension of the elegant calf's kidney, multiply its metamorphoses: you can without giving it any offence, call it the chameleon of cuisine. — Emmanuel Des Essarts
Cuisine's Sayings By Fran Lebowitz: Japanese food is very pretty and undoubtedly a suitable cuisine in Japan, which is largely Japanese food is very pretty and undoubtedly a suitable cuisine in Japan, which is largely populated by people of below average size. Hostesses hell-bent on serving such food to occidentals would be well advised to supplement it with something more substantial and to keep in mind that almost everybody likes french fries. — Fran Lebowitz
Cuisine's Sayings By Ruth Reichl: American food is the food of immigrants. You go back a couple of hundred years, American food is the food of immigrants. You go back a couple of hundred years, and we were all immigrants, unless we're going to talk about Native American cuisine. — Ruth Reichl
Cuisine's Sayings By Romain Grosjean: It's a special feeling when you are blasting through the park along the Monza straights, It's a special feeling when you are blasting through the park along the Monza straights, and there are so many really enthusiastic fans there. I have to admit, though, it's not only the racing I'm looking forward to, as Italian cuisine is superb. — Romain Grosjean
Cuisine's Sayings By James Runcie: The game created a parallel world, Sidney thought. It was drama; it was excitement; it The game created a parallel world, Sidney thought. It was drama; it was excitement; it was a metaphor for the vicissitudes of life. It was also quintessentially English: democratic (there were teams with all levels of ability), communal (the cricket 'square' was often at the centre of the village green), and convivial (the game was full of eccentric characters.) It was the representation of a nation's cuisine, with its milky tea, cucumber sandwiches, Victoria sponge and lashings of beer. It was also beautiful to watch, with fifteen men, dressed in white and moving on green, creating geometrical patterns that looked as if they had been choreographed by a divine choreographer. As — James Runcie
Cuisine's Sayings By Fernand Point: As far as cuisine is concerned one must read everything, see everything, hear everything, try As far as cuisine is concerned one must read everything, see everything, hear everything, try everything, observe everything, in order to retain in the end, just a little bit. — Fernand Point
Cuisine's Sayings By Joel Robuchon: Creating deluxe cuisine is like playing a sport. Always competitive. Always challenging. And if you Creating deluxe cuisine is like playing a sport. Always competitive. Always challenging. And if you slow down a bit, you can no longer return to the top level. — Joel Robuchon
Cuisine's Sayings By Martin Yan: Because normally with Western cuisine, you'll serve vegetables separate from the meat, so kids will Because normally with Western cuisine, you'll serve vegetables separate from the meat, so kids will eat the meat and never touch the vegetables. — Martin Yan
Cuisine's Sayings By Carla Hall: I went to L'Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and I think French cooking is I went to L'Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and I think French cooking is the basis for a lot of classical cuisine, a foundation of a lot of other cuisines. That said, it's not the only way to approach a cooking career. — Carla Hall
Cuisine's Sayings By Rene Redzepi: I had turned down other head chef jobs. I didn't want to take over someone I had turned down other head chef jobs. I didn't want to take over someone else's cuisine. I wanted to start from scratch. — Rene Redzepi
Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: In a city, it's very hard to do a restaurant, an avant-garde-cuisine restaurant, where each In a city, it's very hard to do a restaurant, an avant-garde-cuisine restaurant, where each year you need to change the whole menu. — Ferran Adria
Cuisine's Sayings By Julia Child: The more you know, the more you can create. There's no end to imagination in The more you know, the more you can create. There's no end to imagination in the kitchen. — Julia Child
Cuisine's Sayings By Kate Christensen: Most of all, I love unfussy, unpretentious, simple food made with excellent ingredients. If I'm Most of all, I love unfussy, unpretentious, simple food made with excellent ingredients. If I'm a snob, it's about quality, not cuisine. — Kate Christensen
Cuisine's Sayings By Alain Ducasse: In each restaurant, I develop a different culinary sensibility. In Paris, I'm more classic, because In each restaurant, I develop a different culinary sensibility. In Paris, I'm more classic, because that's what customers like. In Monaco, it's classic Mediterranean haute cuisine. In London, it's a contemporary French restaurant that I've developed with a U.K. influence and my French know-how. — Alain Ducasse
Cuisine's 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
Cuisine's Sayings By Kristin Kimball: So there I was eating haute cuisine in a mobile home. He cooked for me So there I was eating haute cuisine in a mobile home. He cooked for me as seduction, a courtship, so that I'd never again be impressed with a man who simply took me out to dinner. And I fell in love with him over a deer's liver. — Kristin Kimball
Cuisine's Sayings By Bee Wilson: The main influence on a child's palate may no longer be a parent but a The main influence on a child's palate may no longer be a parent but a series of food manufacturers whose products - despite their illusion of infinite choice - deliver a monotonous flavour hit, quite unlike the more varied flavours of traditional cuisine. — Bee Wilson
Cuisine's Sayings By Jose Andres: Dorado Beach's rich history provided amazing inspiration to put forward a bold menu celebrating the Dorado Beach's rich history provided amazing inspiration to put forward a bold menu celebrating the legacy of the people and cuisine that shaped this unique destination and to push me to share some of my own stories. — Jose Andres
Cuisine's Sayings By Marcus Samuelsson: Pasta isn't just for Italian food anymore. Now there are tasty pasta recipes found in Pasta isn't just for Italian food anymore. Now there are tasty pasta recipes found in Asian cuisine, and it's emerging as a newfound love for vegans. — Marcus Samuelsson
Cuisine's Sayings By Douglas Murray: In such a view of society, however greatly you might wish to benefit from an In such a view of society, however greatly you might wish to benefit from an endless supply of cheap labour, a wider range of cuisine or the salving of a generation's conscience, you still would not have a right to wholly transform your society. Because that which you inherited that is good should also be passed on. Even were you to decide that some of the views or lifestyles of your ancestors could be improved upon, it does not follow that you should hand over to the next generation a society that is chaotic, fractured and unrecognisable. — Douglas Murray
Cuisine's Sayings By Mike Myers: Canada is a country of ingredients without a cuisine; we're a country with musicians without Canada is a country of ingredients without a cuisine; we're a country with musicians without an indigenous instrument; Toronto's a city that doesn't even have a dish named after it. — Mike Myers
Cuisine's Sayings By Kenneth Eade: Russia had always been an anomaly. Here they were, in the center of the city Russia had always been an anomaly. Here they were, in the center of the city that had burned down around Napoleon's army, having "traditional" Russian cuisine that had been invented by the French. — Kenneth Eade
Cuisine's Sayings By David Chang: I think that the Japanese - and I do love Japanese cuisine and adore Japanese I think that the Japanese - and I do love Japanese cuisine and adore Japanese food culture - I think that they're going to plow through the entire world's fishing. They're going to eat everything anyways. — David Chang
Cuisine's Sayings By Louis Pullig De Gouy: Soup is cuisine's kindest course. It breathes reassurance; it steams consolation; after a weary day Soup is cuisine's kindest course. It breathes reassurance; it steams consolation; after a weary day it promotes sociability, as the five o'clock cup of tea or the cocktail hour. — Louis Pullig De Gouy
Cuisine's Sayings By Claudia Roden: Every cuisine tells a story. Jewish food tells the story of an uprooted, migrating people Every cuisine tells a story. Jewish food tells the story of an uprooted, migrating people and their vanished worlds. It lives in people's minds and has been kept alive because of what it evokes and represents. — Claudia Roden
Cuisine's Sayings By Alain Ducasse: The image foreigners have of French cuisine is fattening and very fancy food. But it's The image foreigners have of French cuisine is fattening and very fancy food. But it's not true - French food isn't just rich. The word "healthy" doesn't exist in French. We have many, many words, but not that one. To me, healthy means paying close attention to feeding people. — Alain Ducasse
Cuisine's Sayings By Wylie Dufresne: It's just about asking why. We as cooks historically have been very, very technically proficient It's just about asking why. We as cooks historically have been very, very technically proficient but not technically informed as to why we do what we do. Modernist cuisine is about that knowledge. — Wylie Dufresne
Cuisine's Sayings By Danielle Hugh: I recently saw a restaurant in the U.S. that boasted of serving authentic African cuisine. I recently saw a restaurant in the U.S. that boasted of serving authentic African cuisine. Africa is a big place. The distance from Tangier, in Morocco, to Cape Town, in South Africa, is over five times more than the distance from London to Rome. Yet, we don't compare tortellini with Yorkshire pudding. This so-called 'authentic African cuisine' featured dishes from what looked like two or three north African countries. When I looked through the kitchen window, out of curiosity, I saw Asian staff and what appeared to be a Mexican chef. Multiculturalism is a good thing, but — Danielle Hugh
Cuisine's Sayings By Ching He Huang: A cook's job in my opinion is to be creative and push the boundaries of A cook's job in my opinion is to be creative and push the boundaries of their cuisine and never stop experimenting. — Ching He Huang
Cuisine's Sayings By Zomick's Bakery: There are divisions between a culinary chef and a dessert chef, also called a pastry There are divisions between a culinary chef and a dessert chef, also called a pastry chef. At Zomick's are specializations within the pastry chef field. Some pastry chefs specialize in baking breads, while others are master cake designers. Each field requires an exceptional level of creativity and attention to detail. — Zomick's Bakery
Cuisine's Sayings By Amor Towles: But for me, dinner at a fine restaurant was the ultimate luxury. It was the But for me, dinner at a fine restaurant was the ultimate luxury. It was the very height of civilization. For what was civilization but the intellect's ascendancy out of the doldrums of necessity (shelter, sustenance and survival) into the ether of the finely superfluous (poetry, handbags and haute cuisine)? So removed from daily life was the whole experience that when all was rotten to the core, a fine dinner could revive the spirits. If and when I had twenty dollars left to my name, I was going to invest it right here in an elegant hour that couldn't be hocked. — Amor Towles
Cuisine's Sayings By Ferran Adria: Salt is the only product that changes cuisine. There's a big difference between food that Salt is the only product that changes cuisine. There's a big difference between food that has salt and food without it. If you don't believe that, ask people who can't eat salt. — Ferran Adria
Cuisine's Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: The nouvelle cuisine of anarchy. Barium nitrate in a sauce of sulfur and garnished with The nouvelle cuisine of anarchy. Barium nitrate in a sauce of sulfur and garnished with charcoal. That's your basic gunpowder. Bon appetit. — Chuck Palahniuk