10 Victorian Cooking Quotes
The food of a country might be increased at least one-third, if the culinary science was properly developed, instead of its being slighted as it is now.
Was there ever a political, commercial, or even a domestic event, but what always has been, and always will be, celebrated either by a banquet or a dinner?
Nothing more disposes the heart to amicable feeling and friendly transactions than a dinner well conceived and artistically prepared.
In all processes of cooking that which appears the simplest is generally the most neglected, or at the best but carelessly done.
A man disappointed in something to eat, consoles himself with something to drink.
The frying pan is, without doubt, the most useful of all kitchen implements, and like a good-natured servant, is often imposed upon, and obliged to do all the work, while its companion, the gridiron, is quietly reposing in the chimney corner.