quotes tagged with 'cooking'

We believe cooking will contiue to evolve, and not only as a means of "doing" (i.e., putting dinner on the table, or "problem-solving" by "following a recipe"). Over time, we believe more people- including perhaps, yourself - will have discovered a way of "being" in the world. We have learned enough over the past decade or two to question why cooking is done one way versus another. This thoughtful sensory engagment leads to a store of experiences that allow us to bring more intuition to the cooking process, synthesizing what we've done before into innovative approaches to creating a dish. Ultimately, cooking offers the opportunity to be immersed in one's senses and in the moment like no other activity, uniting the inner and outer selves. At these times, cooking transcends drudgery and becomes a means of meditation and even healing.

Author: Karen Page & Adnrew Dorenburg, Source: The Flavor Bible, preface p.xSaved by mlsscaress in process meditation cooking problemsolving healing expereience inutition 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

You have to love either what you are going to eat, or the person you are cooking for. Then you have to give yourself up to the cooking, Cuisine is an act of love.

Author: Alain Chapel, Chef (1937-1990), Source: ?Saved by mlsscaress in love passion cooking cusine 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Too many times other restaurateurs have come to this city and failed because the concept which is just being duplicated here loses its sharpness and nobody in Chicago wants a bad copy. We are proud of our original restaurants and the owners being in them to ensure quality. If the consistency is not as good as the original, Chicago residents usually won't go, and if they [the out-of-town chefs] just plan to stop by to check in every once in a while that won't fly either.
Author: Steve Chiappetti , Source: http://www.newcitychicago.com/chicago/6229.htmlSaved by mlsscaress in loyalty consistency imitation cooking quality restaurant customer superchef outoftownchef 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
As a rabid gourmand, I'd be lying if I said my stomach didn't leap a bit at their coming. And yet, because we have worked so hard to earn our own culinary place, there's also a parallel constriction of my heart, a burning twinge of protectionism.

Aren't Ducasse and Robuchon culinary carpetbaggers taking advantage of our Midwestern hospitality and standing upon the labor of our pioneers? Despite our success, the Tribune's Good Eating section still features a syndicated column from Wolfgang Puck. Hasn't Charlie Trotter or Paul Kahan at Blackbird earned a voice in our local pages? Legends, especially French demigods, cast long shadows, ones that may shroud our own identity.
Author: Michael Nagrant, Source: http://www.newcitychicago.com/chicago/6229.htmlSaved by mlsscaress in cooking invasion identity local french superchefs 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
The discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of mankind than the discovery of a star.
Author: Jean Antheleme Brillat-Savarin, Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=QBE3LAXLbZ4C&pg=PA1&lpg=PA1&d...Saved by richardkmiller in food cooking 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
The home and family have vital roles in cultivating and developing personal faith and testimony. The family is the basic unit of society; the best place for individuals to build faith and strong testimonies is in righteous homes filled with love. Love for our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus Christ is greatly enhanced when the gospel is taught and lived in the home. True principles of eternal life are embedded in the hearts and souls of young and old alike when scriptures are read and discussed, when prayers are offered morning and night, and where reverence for God and obedience to Him are modeled in everyday conduct. Just as the best meals are home cooked, the most nourishing gospel instruction takes place at home. Strong, faithful families have the best opportunity to produce strong, faithful members of the Church. The recent proclamation to the world on the family issued by the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles makes very clear that the family is ordained of God. The proclamation warns that the disintegration of the family will bring upon individuals, communities, and nations the calamities foretold by ancient and modern prophets.
Author: Elder M. Russell Ballard, Source: “Feasting at the Lord’s Table,” Ensign, May 1996, 80: http://w...Saved by mlsscaress in obedience faith scriptures soul heart testimony family home cultivate instruction principles cooking develop prayers nourish preserve vital individuals embedded reverence proclomation 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
I realize this is a very un-American concept, but it does seem to work. The French way is not about deprivation. Their main dishes are bathed in lush sauces, their desserts are irresistible culinary masterpieces. They make the effort to make sure their food is fresh and flavorful, with the payoff that their satisfaction — and most importantly, their satiation — will come from quality instead of quantity.
Author: Mireille Guiliano, Source: http://independent.com/news/2007/oct/25/eating-french/Saved by mlsscaress in american experience satisfaction food cooking real quality eating french quantity authentic fresh 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
I met Roland Henin on the beach in Narragansett. He was chef af a place called the Dunes Club, a big hotel; he commanded a kitchen the size of a football field with a crew of forty cooks, and he needed someone to cook staff meal.

The staff meal cook is low man in the kitchen hierarchy. You cook meals from scraps for people who work in the kitchen. But the Dunes Club was a high-end kitchen and Henin was a classical French chef, so our scraps might be the butt from a tenderloin, and with that I learned how to make beouf bourguignon. We'd have the legs left over from butchered chickens and with these I'd learned to make coq au vin. I turned lamb scraps into lamb navarin...

Staff meal was about the fundamentals of cooking and how to work with by-products, using scraps to make something tasty, eye-appealing, and satisfying. But the message underlying that was "Can you be passionate about cooking at this level?" Staff meal. Only the staff sees it. If you can make great food for these people, create that habit, have that drive, that sincerity, and keep that with you and take it to another level in the staff meal, then someday you'll be a great chef. Maybe.
Author: Thomas Keller, Source: French Laundry, p115Saved by mlsscaress in food passion sincerity cooking drive 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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