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A Quote by Nikolai Lenin on cooking and learning

Every cook has to learn how to govern the state.

Nikolai Lenin (1870 - 1924)

Source: Will the Bolsheviks Retain Government Power? 1917

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A Quote by Marie-Antoine Caréme on cooking, good, harmony, intelligence, literature, and world

When we no longer have good cooking in the world, we will have no literature, nor high and sharp intelligence, nor friendly gathering, nor social harmony.

Marie-Antoine Careme

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A Quote by Storm (Margaret) Jameson on cooking and food

She did not so much cook as assassinate food.

Maragret Jameson (1891 - 1986)

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A Quote by Madame Benoit on cooking, intelligence, play, and time

I feel a recipe is only a theme, which an intelligent cook can play each time with a variation.

Madame Benoit

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A Quote by Madeleine Bingham on cooking

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Too many cooks may spoil the broth, but it only takes one to burn it.

Madeleine Bingham

Source: The Bad Cooks Guide

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A Quote by Louis Nizer on atheism, belief, cooking, and good

The best reply to an atheist is to give him a good dinner and ask him if he believes there is a cook.

Louis Nizer (1902 - 1994)

Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by Lao Tzu on cooking

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Rule a kingdom as though you were cooking a small fish - don't overdo it.

Lao Tzu (c.604 - 531 B.C.)

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A Quote by Katherine Cebrian on cooking

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I don't even butter my bread; I consider that cooking.

Katherine Cebrian

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A Quote by Julia Child on ballet, cooking, investment, and work

Noncooks think it's silly to invest two hours' work in two minutes' enjoyment; but if cooking is evanescent, so is the ballet.

Julia Child (1912 -)

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A Quote by Julia Child on cooking, creativity, justice, music, people, and pleasure

Some people like to paint pictures, or do gardening, or build a boat in the basement. Other people get a tremendous pleasure out of the kitchen, because cooking is just as creative and imaginative an activity as drawing, or wood carving, or music.

Julia Child (1912 -)

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