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Homemade Food Quotes from Salterton Trilogy
His key seemed to make a shattering noise in the lock. And when he entered the hall, which was in darkness, maternal solicitude and pique embraced him like the smell of cooking cabbage.
Homemade Food Quotes from Meal
There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal – nothing! When people ask me what the best restaurant in L.A. is, I say, ‘Uh, my house.’ It’s more intimate. Food can connect people in a forever sort of way.
Homemade Food Quotes from Nigella Lawson
Homemade Food Quotes from Mr. Death
“The human body is not easy to destroy and it is not easy to take a life humanely and painlessly without doing a great deal of damage to the individual’s body. Excess current cooks the tissue. There have been occasions where a great amount of current has been applied and the meat actually will come off the executee’s body like the meat coming off a cooked chicken.”
Homemade Food Quotes from Gunslinger Girl
I enjoy cooking, painting and playing music. There are so many books to read here… But sometimes, the most fun comes from just doing nothing. I think someone close to me taught me that a long time ago. Maybe my father…
Homemade Food Quotes from Life as a House
Homemade Food Quotes from David Sedaris
Homemade Food Quotes from Maurice Sendak
I often went to bed without supper ’cause I hated my mother’s cooking. So, to go to bed without supper was not a torture to me. If she was gonna hurt me, she’d make me eat.
Homemade Food Quotes from Balto
Homemade Food Quotes from Jamie Oliver
Homemade Food Quotes from Dragon Knights
Kharl: Actually, I was just going to ask you to make me a sandwich. You know how I hate to cook.
Homemade Food Quotes from Richard Proenneke
Homemade Food Quotes from Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
Stars . . . get so hot that the nuclei of the atoms fuse together deep within them to make the oxygen we breathe, the carbon in our muscles, the calcium in our bones, the iron in our blood. All of it was cooked in the fiery hearts of long-vanished stars. You, me, everyone: we are made of star stuff.
Homemade Food Quotes from Discworld
Wizards didn’t kill ordinary people because a) they seldom noticed them and b) it wasn’t considered sporting and c) besides, who’d do all the cooking and growing food and things. And killing a brother wizard with magic was nigh-well impossible on account of the layers of protective spells that any cautious wizard maintained about his person at all times.*
Homemade Food Quotes from Bob Woodward
Homemade Food Quotes from Robert Heller
Management is a far more homely business than its would be scientists suggest, more closely allied to cookery than any other human activity. Like cooking, it rests on a degree of organisation and on adequate resources. But just as no two chefs run their kitchens the same way, so no two managements are the same.
Homemade Food Quotes from The Chronicles of Narnia
“A few months ago they [the Duffers] were all for washing up the plates and knives before dinner: they said it saved time afterwards. I’ve caught them planting boiled potatoes to save cooking them when they were dug up. One day the cat got into the dairy and twenty of them were at work moving all the milk out; no one thought of moving the cat.”
Homemade Food Quotes from Margrethe II of Denmark
Homemade Food Quotes from Colin Wilson
The problem is that sex is the most dangerous way of trying to achieve personal growth, because the life force has mixed it so liberally with a string sense of “magic”, which, in the attempt at possession turns out to be an illusion. The attempt to possess a woman through an act of sex is as frustrating as trying to possess the scent of a rose by cooking and eating it.
Homemade Food Quotes from Michio Kushi
Homemade Food Quotes from Global warming
Homemade Food Quotes from Tamil proverbs
Translation: Will not be who has waited till the food is cooked, also wait till it cools?
Homemade Food Quotes from Erik Naggum
Homemade Food Quotes from Meal
Gandhi believed that it was sheer waste of time and labour to cook various dishes for one meal. He was not prepared to cater to the differing tastes of the different members of the ashram. He prescribed a simple menu for all. The meals were cooked in common kitchen.
Homemade Food Quotes from Meal
A barbecue: an outdoor meal or party at which food is cooked on a barbecue… a social gathering especially in the open air at which barbecued food is eaten.
Homemade Food Quotes from Food and drink in Pan Tadeusz
Homemade Food Quotes from Shenandoah (film)
We cleared this land;
We plowed it, sowed it, and harvested it.
We cooked the harvest.
It wouldn’t be here—we wouldn’t be eating it—if we hadn’t done it all ourselves.
We worked dog-bone hard for every crumb and morsel
But we thank you just the same anyway, Lord, for this food we’re about to eat.
Homemade Food Quotes from Michael Moorcock
The English, I now know, eat mashed fish and deviled sheep’s hearts to guarantee a bad digestion (and consequent irritability). It is their abominable cooking which has given them half the world as their Empire.
Homemade Food Quotes from Sauce
Homemade Food Quotes from Final Fantasy IX
Good food not only delicious! Good food made with heart! This very important when cooking for friends!
Homemade Food Quotes from The Road
Bye and bye they came to a set of tracks cooked into the tar. They just suddenly appeared. He squatted and studied them. Someone had come out of the woods in the night and continued down the melted roadway.
Who is it? Said the boy.
I dont know. Who is anybody?
Homemade Food Quotes from Kristen Bell
Homemade Food Quotes from Nigel Slater
I understood that if ever one wanted to live with someone you cooked for them and they came running. But then it is my idea of hell these days, living with someone. The idea of sharing your life with someone is just utterly ghastly. I know why people do it, but it’s never a good idea.
Homemade Food Quotes from The 10th Kingdom
No, no! “Rare” implies dangerously cooked. When I say rare I mean just let it look at the oven in terror, then bring it out to me.
Homemade Food Quotes from P. J. O’Rourke
Homemade Food Quotes from Rani Mukerji
Homemade Food Quotes from Kathakali
Kathakali dance-drama is like a vast and deep ocean. Some may come to a performance with their hands cupped and only be able to take away what doesn’t slip through their fingers. Others may come with a small vessel, and may be able to drink that : And still others may come with a huge cooking pot and take away much more.
Homemade Food Quotes from Damayanti
Damayanti half penetrated his disguise, and was at length convinced that he was her husband by the flavor of a dish which he had cooked. They met, and, after some loving reproaches and the interference of the gods, they became reconciled, and Nala resumed his form. He again played with Pushkara and staked his wife against the kingdom. Profiting from the knowledge he had obtained from Rituparna, he won back all and again became king.
Homemade Food Quotes from Julia Child
I don’t believe in twisting yourself into knots of excuses and explanations over the food you make. … Maybe the cat has fallen into the stew, or the lettuce has frozen, or the cake has collapsed—eh bien, tant pis! Usually one’s cooking is better than one thinks it is. And if the food is truly vile … then the cook must simply grit her teeth and bear it with a smile—and learn from her mistakes.
Homemade Food Quotes from A Monetary History of the United States
We know that monetary changes ought to be irrelevant, because units don’t matter. Accepting the Friedman-Schwartz evidence that monetary changes are not only relevant, but the major cause of all these events, it is difficult to talk about a system responding in a very sharp way to something to which it “ought” not to have responded at all. These considerations lead into questions about information of some kind or another. That’s a very old view. The particular mistake that people get led into by monetary changes is hard to determine, and the specific examples I’ve cooked up are dictated a lot by what’s technically doable by me, given the methods I’ve got.
Homemade Food Quotes from Barbara Hepworth
I loved the family and everything to do with them. I loved the environment and the cooking. I used to cook and go in my studio. I had to have methods of working. If I was in the middle of a work and the oven burned or the children called for me, I used to make an arrangement with music, records, or poetry, so that when I went back to the studio, I picked up where I left off. I enjoyed it, you see; it was part of me.
Homemade Food Quotes from Snow Crash
All these beefy Caucasians with guns! Get enough of them together, looking for the America they always believed they’d grow up in, and they glom together like overcooked rice, form integral starchy little units. With their power tools, portable generators, weapons, four-wheel-drive vehicles, and personal computers, they are like beavers hyped up on crystal meth, manic engineers without a blueprint, chewing through the wilderness, building things and abandoning them, altering the flow of mighty rivers and then moving on because the place ain’t what it used to be.
Homemade Food Quotes from Chemistry
Within a certain kind of environment, an activity may be checked so that the only meaning which accrues is of its direct and tangible isolated outcome. One may cook, or hammer, or walk, and the resulting consequences may not take the mind any farther than the consequences of cooking, hammering, and walking in the literal — or physical — sense. But nevertheless the consequences of the act remain far-reaching. To walk involves a displacement and reaction of the resisting earth, whose thrill is felt wherever there is matter.
It involves the structure of the limbs and the nervous system; the principles of mechanics. To cook is to utilize heat and moisture to change the chemical relations of food materials; it has a bearing upon the assimilation of food and the growth of the body. The utmost that the most learned men of science know in physics, chemistry, physiology is not enough to make all these consequences and connections perceptible. The task of education, once more, is to see to it that such activities are performed in such ways and under such conditions as render these conditions as perceptible as possible.