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Spaghetti Food Quotes


“The strands of spaghetti were vital, almost alive in my mouth, and the olive oil was singing with flavor. It was hard to imagine that four simple ingredients [olive oil, pasta, garlic and cheese] could marry so perfectly.”

Ruth Reichl, 'Tender at the Bone' (1998)

 

"No man is lonely eating spaghetti; it requires so much attention."

Christopher Morley

 

“Everything you see I owe to spaghetti.”

Sophia Loren (1934--) Italian actress.

 

“A world devoid of tomato soup, tomato sauce, tomato ketchup and tomato paste is hard to visualize. Could the tin and processed food industries have got where they have without the benefit of the tomato compounds which colour, flavour, thicken and conceal so many deficiencies? How did the Italians eat spaghetti before the advent of the tomato? Was there such a thing as tomato-less Neapolitan pizza?”

Elizabeth David (1913-1992)
‘An Omelette and a Glass of Wine’, 1984

 

 

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