Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Miss Piggy shares her culinary secrets. (Who knew?)
Scrambled eggs are so much more appealing when they are purple.
Smart cooks realize that the easiest cookbook to use is the Yellow Pages and the handiest appliance in the kitchen is the telephone.
The truth is, food is awfully drab-looking most of the time. And the few foods that really are pretty, like turnips and beets and wax beans, taste as if you ate your purse by mistake.
Sandwich de Butter de Peanut avec Jellee sur bed of Potatoes Chippee, and, on la side, les Pickles avec Little Hats on them.
On eating Chinese food: “You do not sew with a fork, and I see no reason why you should eat with knitting needles.”
You may be suffering from one of a large number of very specific medically guaranteed forms of depression caused by an unfulfilled longing for certain food, like watermelancholy, caramelancholy, and lemonmeringuecholy. or chocolochondria, petit-fourlornness, tatache or flanguish.
It is often said that cooking is an art, but I have had very few meals that I would hang on my wall.
(I love to color food with food coloring. Purple is my second favorite color so I'm down with the purple scrambled eggs! I did learn the hard way not to color milk yellow...bad idea.)