Culinary Quotes Archive

This is a collection of quotes about food by people familiar to the culinary world and not.

Posted January 1, 2021

“There are many ways to be hungry. One can hunger for love, or fame or social justice, but hunger for food seems to curb all other cravings.”

Hamza Yusuf
Posted December 25, 2020

“I’d say, for me, it’s cooking that gives me a space beyond music. I love food. And somehow, music and food go together so well. Cooking is very therapeutic. That preparation, the fragrance of spices, the wafting aromas – it just sweeps aside my depression, tiredness and name what you may.”

Shreya Ghoshal
Posted December 18, 2020

“My quest these days is to find my long lost inner child, but I’m afraid if I do, I’ll end up with food in my hair and way too in love with the cats.”

Kenny Loggins
Posted December 11, 2020

“Man and animals are in reality vehicles and conduits of food, tombs of animals, hostels of Death, coverings that consume, deriving life by the death of others.”

Leonardo da Vinci
Posted December 4, 2020

“One thing you don’t want to do as a host is be running around all evening. Do as much as you can ahead of time, so all you have to do is grill the main ingredients.”

Bobby Flay
Posted November 27, 2020

“If you have good food, people will come to your restaurant.”

Mickey Gilley
Posted November 20, 2020

“An Englishman teaching an American about food is like the blind leading the one-eyed.”

A. J. Liebling
Posted November 13, 2020

“Even more importantly, it’s wine, food and the arts. Incorporating those three enhances the quality of life.”

Robert Mondavi
Posted November 6, 2020

“Sugar-free ice pops are an invention of God. They hardly have any calories since they’re mostly water. I eat about 15 pops every two days.”

Gene Simmons
Posted October 30, 2020

“I believe that you can, by taking some simple and inexpensive measures, lead a longer life and extend your years of well-being. My most important recommendation is that you take vitamins every day in optimum amounts to supplement the vitamins that you receive in your food.”

Linus Pauling
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