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Pepper Food Quotes


    “A loaf of bread, the Walrus said,
    Is what we chiefly need:
    Pepper and vinegar besides
    Are very good indeed--
    Now if you're ready, Oysters, dear,
    We can begin to feed!”

Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
(1832-1898) ‘Alice Through the Looking-Glass’
 

 

“It takes four men to dress a salad: a wise man for the salt, a madman for the pepper, a miser for the vinegar, and a spendthrift for the oil.”

anonymous
 

 

“Don't be too daring in the kitchen. For example, don't suddenly get involved with shallots. Later, when you are no longer a Lonely Guy, you can do shallots. Not now. If you know coriander, stay with coriander and don't fool around. Even with coriander you're on thin ice, but at least you've got a shot, because it's familiar. Stay with safe things, like pepper.”

Bruce Jay Friedman (1930- )
‘The Lonely Guy Cookbook’ (1976)

 

 

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