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Quotations about Cookery


Cookery, also known as cooking or culinary arts, is a universal language that transcends cultures and brings people together. It is an art form that combines skill, passion, and a dash of inspiration to create delectable dishes that satisfy both hunger and cravings. From simple home-cooked meals to elaborate gourmet feasts, cookery celebrates the joy of food and the pleasure of sharing it with others. In this compilation, we explore the lighter side of cookery, presenting a collection of funny quotations that touch upon the amusing, quirky, and sometimes chaotic aspects of the culinary world. So, don your apron, embrace the laughter, and let's embark on a flavorful journey filled with humor and culinary delights.

Get ready to tickle your taste buds and your funny bone as we present a compilation of funny quotations about cookery. While cookery is often associated with the art of preparing delicious meals, there are moments of levity, irony, and playful observation that arise when exploring the world of culinary adventures. From witty remarks on kitchen mishaps to humorous reflections on the quirks of food trends and cooking techniques, these quotes offer a lighthearted perspective on the whimsical and often comical aspects of cookery.

quotations about cookery

"The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for 30 years she served nothing but leftovers. The original meal was never found." Tracey Ullman (English-born actress, 1959-)

"I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food." W. C. Fields (American humorist, 1880-1946)

"My wife can't cook at all. She made chocolate mousse. *An antler*The wrapper*A spoon* got stuck in my throat." Rodney Dangerfield (American comedian, 1921-2004)

"Cooking is a philosophy; it's not a recipe." Marco Pierre White (British chef, 1961-)

Cooking is an extension of *love.*science.*chemistry.* Hedda Sterne (Romanian-born American artist, 1910-2011)

"I have a passion for not cooking." Anon

"The secret ingredient is always love." Anon

"My cooking is fabulous even the smoke alarm is cheering on me on." Anon

"The only reason I have a kitchen is because it came with the house!" Anon

I won't be impressed with technology until I can *download food.*find a recipe for cookies.*order a takeaway for now.* Anon

"Many people have eaten in this kitchen and have gone on to lead normal, healthy lives." Anon

"My kitchen was clean last week. Sorry you missed it." Anon

"Good food is good mood." Anon

"When the waitress asked if I wanted my pizza cut into four or eight slices, I said, 'Four. I don't think I can eat eight.'" Yogi Berra (American baseball player, 1925-2015)

The trouble with eating Italian food is that five or six days later, you're *hungry again.*fluent in Italian.*penniless.* George Miller (Australian filmmaker, 1945-)

"My wife treats me like a god; I get a *burnt offering*prayer*dessert* at every meal." Anon

"Never eat more than you can lift." Miss Piggy (the muppet)

"I never met a *meal*man*frog* I didn't like!" Miss Piggy (the muppet)

"Bake someone happy." Anon

"Fish, to taste right, must swim three times: in water, in butter and in wine." Anon

"Vegetarian is an old Indian word for bad hunter." Anon

"English cooking: put things in *hot water*the oven*the bin* and take them out again after a while."Anonymous French chef

"Anyone who tells a lie has not a pure heart, and cannot make a good soup." Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer, 1770-1827)

"Be content to remember that those who can make omelettes properly can do nothing else." Hilaire Belloc (British writer and Liberal politician, 1870-1953)

"The discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of mankind than the discovery of a new star." Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (French jurist and gourmet, 1755-1826)

You cannot trust people who have such bad cuisine. It is the country with the worst food after *Finland.*all.*France.* Jacques Chirac (French statesman, 1932-) talking about Great Britain

"We approached our new microwave oven with the trepidation of two people returning to a reactor station after a leak." Fanny Cradock (English cook, 1909-94)

An unwatched pot boils *immediately.*eventually.*and boils.* H. F. Ellis (English writer, 1907-2000)

"She did not so much cook as assassinate food." Storm Jameson (English novelist, 1891-1986)

"A cucumber should be well sliced, and dressed with pepper and vinegar, and then thrown out, as good for nothing." Samuel Johnson (English poet, critic, and lexicographer, 1709-84)

"A woman always has half an onion left over, no matter what the size of the onion, the dish or the woman." Terry Pratchett (English fantasy writer, 1948-2015)

"Her cooking is the *missionary position*joke*best* of cooking. That is how everybody starts." Egon Ronay (Hungarian-born food critic, 1915-2010) defending Delia Smith

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