Elizabeth David Quotes

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Elizabeth David quotes: An awful lot of people think it's easy to lift recipes out. An awful lot of people think it's easy to lift recipes out.
Elizabeth David quotes: I would probably never have learned to cook. I would probably never have learned to cook.
Elizabeth David quotes: Provence is a country to which I am always returning, next week, next year, any day now, as soon as I can get on a train. Provence is a country to which I am always returning, next week, next year, any day now, as soon as I can get on a train.
Elizabeth David quotes: I'm very interested in my new kitchen equipment shop. I've started it with two friends. I'm very interested in my new kitchen equipment shop. I've started it with two friends.
Elizabeth David quotes: Even more then long hours in the kitchen, fine meals require ingenious organization and experience which is a pleasure to acquire. Even more then long hours in the kitchen, fine meals require ingenious organization and experience which is a pleasure to acquire.
Elizabeth David quotes: I don't copy recipes without trying them out. I don't reprint without trying them again. I don't copy recipes without trying them out. I don't reprint without trying them again.
Elizabeth David quotes: It is a very great mistake to suppose, as a few English cooks still do, that spaghetti and macaroni should be soaked in water before cooking. It is a very great mistake to suppose, as a few English cooks still do, that spaghetti and macaroni should be soaked in water before cooking.
Elizabeth David quotes: Good food is always a trouble and its preparation should be regarded as a labour of love. Good food is always a trouble and its preparation should be regarded as a labour of love.
Elizabeth David quotes: Everyday holds the possibility of a miracle. Everyday holds the possibility of a miracle.
Elizabeth David quotes: Summer cooking implies a sense of immediacy, a capacity to capture the essence of the fleeting moment. Summer cooking implies a sense of immediacy, a capacity to capture the essence of the fleeting moment.
Elizabeth David quotes: Writing doesn't come easily to me. It gets more and more difficult. Writing doesn't come easily to me. It gets more and more difficult.