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Once at least in the life of every human, whether he be brute or trembling daffodil, comes a moment of complete gastronomic satisfaction. It is, I am sure,…

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The artichoke above all is a vegetable expression of civilised living, of the long view, of increasing delight by anticipation and crescendo. No wonder it was once regarded…

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My son, Jaws II, had a habit that drove me crazy. He’d walk to the refrigerator-freezer and fling both doors open and stand there until the hairs in…

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I must confess that fishing has never been a great passion of mine, as it seems to require more patience than I normally have on hand. But cooking…

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Of course the finest way to know that the egg you plan to eat is a fresh one is to own the hen that makes the egg. —…

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It was obvious that the egg had come first. There was something dignified about a silent passive egg, whereas Aunt Irene found it difficult to envisage an angel…

Maryland-Style Scrambled Eggs with Old Bay

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Egg dishes have a kind of elegance, a freshness, an allure, which sets them quite apart from any other kind of food, so that it becomes a great…

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“Eggs are very much like small boys. If you overheat them or overbeat them, they will turn on you, and no amount of future love will right the…

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There are conceivably those in Kalamazoo who think that a Philadelphia scrapple has to do with fisticuffs, and that hush puppies have to do with footgear. — Craig…

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There is no known navy-blue food. If there is a navy-blue food in the refrigerator, it signifies death. — Erma Bombeck

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I’m Irish, so I’m used to odd stews. I can take it. Just throw a lot of carrots and onions in there and I’ll call it dinner. — Liam…

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Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat. — Alex Levine

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Food is about loving and giving and performance and applause … It is essential and sensuous. — Barbara Kafka

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Ideally, the body of a woman should feel like a hot water bottle filled with Devonshire cream. — Kurt Vonnegut, Jr

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Without bread, without wine, love is nothing. — French proverb