It's easier to write about Socrates than about a young woman or a cook.
I like to eat, I like to cook and I don't look good when I'm super, super skinny. I'd rather feel healthy and fit, and have some energy.
Many excellent cooks are spoilt by going into the arts.
At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.
We have our little restaurants, and there's a beautiful beach that we go to in the summer and fall. We tend to have a lot of get-togethers, and if it's at my house, we order pizza because I can't cook.
In large states public education will always be mediocre, for the same reason that in large kitchens the cooking is usually bad.
I'm fine, and my hips are fine. My false knee is fine. My false hips are fine. Everything's cooking.
I love to cook comfort food. I'll make fish and vegetables or meat and vegetables and potatoes or rice. The ritual of it is fun for me, and the creativity of it.
The French cook; we open tins.
You see it in the many bouncing clothes that are not just pleats. To make them, two or three people twist them - twist, twist, twist the pleats, sometimes three or four persons twist together and put it all in the machine to cook it.
This kind of pastry, yes. This is what my favorite thing, what I really like. Also, extremely fine French cooking was never the thing I preferred.
Who bothers to cook TV dinners? I suck them frozen.