Culinary Quotes Archive

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

There are certain comforts of living here in Dubai

Posted June 26, 2019

“There are certain comforts of living here in Dubai, the comforts of so many mosques and so much good food… It’s just that much more secure. And may God keep it safe.”

Cat Stevens

If I could only have one type of food with me I

Posted June 19, 2019

“If I could only have one type of food with me, I would bring soy sauce. The reason being that if I have soy sauce, I can flavor a lot of things.”

Martin Yan

It’s like spicy food – sometimes you have to tone it

Posted June 12, 2019

“It’s like spicy food – sometimes you have to tone it down so more people can enjoy it.”

Kenneth Edmonds

I always have dashi in my refrigerator it’s the

Posted June 05, 2019

“I always have dashi in my refrigerator it’s the almighty Japanese ingredient.”

Masaharu Morimoto

We do take seriously our responsibility and growing

Posted May 28, 2019

“We do take seriously our responsibility, and growing ability, to educate people about healthy eating and giving them greater access to nourishing and affordable fresh food.”

John Mackey

No I love Montreal

Posted May 21, 2019

“No, I love Montreal… I think I love Montreal more than Montreal loves me… I love the food there.”

Kathy Griffin

As far away as you can get from the process of

Posted May 14, 2019

“As far away as you can get from the process of mechanisms and machinery, the more likely your food’s going to taste good. And that that is probably the largest thing I can hand to anybody is let your hands touch it. Let them make it.”

Mario Batali

Some of the food in Liquor is food I’ve really eaten

Posted May 07, 2019

“Some of the food in Liquor is food I’ve really eaten filtered through a veil of fiction.”

Poppy Z. Brite

When the woodpecker is searching for food or laying

Posted April 23, 2019

“When the woodpecker is searching for food, or laying siege to some hidden grub, the sound of his hammer is dead or muffled and is heard but a few yards. It is only upon dry, seasoned timber, freed of its bark, that he beats his reveille to spring and wooes his mate.”

John Burroughs