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Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Jean-Georges Vongerichten
#1. At lunchtime, our kitchen was like a mini restaurant: my grandmother and mother had to cook for as many as 25 people - extended family plus 10 employees. We ate a lot of cabbage and a lot of potatoes. #Quote by Jean-Georges Vongerichten
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Kate Christensen
#2. So many of my memories are generated by and organized around food: what I ate, what people cooked, what I cooked, what I ordered in a restaurant. My mental palate is also inextricably intertwined with the verbal part of my brain. Food, words, memories all twist together, so it was the obvious way to structure my life. Each memory of food opened up an entire scene for me, it was the key that unlocked everything. #Quote by Kate Christensen
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Manika
#3. I always have melodies flowing in my head - whether I'm just at home, at the mall, at a restaurant or wherever. I'm always humming along to the random melodies that form in my head. #Quote by Manika
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Jonathan Dimbleby
#4. Travelling to make television programmes means I have some unusual food memories. In Pasto, Colombia, I was taken to a restaurant where I chose my meat for the evening from a cage of white rats. It tasted perfectly good - like rabbit. #Quote by Jonathan Dimbleby
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Carolyn Custis James
#5. When the average American says, "I'm starving," it is a prelude to a midnight raid on a well-stocked refrigerator or a sudden trip to the nearest fast food restaurant. #Quote by Carolyn Custis James
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Scott Galloway
#6. If you want to work for Vogue, produce films, or open a restaurant, you had better get immense psychological reward from your gig, as the comp, and returns on your efforts, will likely suck. Competition will be fierce, and even if you manage to get in, you'll be easily replaceable, as there are always younger, hipper candidates nipping at your heels. Very few high-school graduates dream of working for Exxon, but a big firm in a large sector would give you a career trajectory with regular promotions a sexy industry won't. #Quote by Scott Galloway
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Peter Brook
#7. I've always worked a bit like a cook in a big restaurant, where you've got lots and lots of things laid out and you go and look into one cauldron and you look into the other and you see what's coming to the boil. #Quote by Peter Brook
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by C.L.Stone
#8. Why the fruit?" I asked. I may as well be frank. He was being weird. "Are you saying I eat too much junk?" He grunted and rolled his eyes. "Is it a Russian thing? You're going to have to explain it to me." "Where I come from," he said. "Girl sits at table in restaurant." He pointed to me. Then he pointed to himself. "Guy buys her fruit salad." "What does a fruit salad mean?" "Introduction," he said. "Means ... I would like to make your acquaintance. #Quote by C.L.Stone
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Paulo Coelho
#9. Never laughing too loudly in a restaurant no matter how good the joke. #Quote by Paulo Coelho
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Hannah Fry
#10. Imagine you're sitting having dinner in a restaurant. At some point during the meal, your companion leans over and whispers that they've spotted Lady Gaga eating at the table opposite. Before having a look for yourself, you'll no doubt have some sense of how much you believe your friends theory. You'll take into account all of your prior knowledge: perhaps the quality of the establishment, the distance you are from Gaga's home in Malibu, your friend's eyesight. That sort of thing. If pushed, it's a belief that you could put a number on. A probability of sorts. As you turn to look at the woman, you'll automatically use each piece of evidence in front of you to update your belief in your friend's hypothesis Perhaps the platinum-blonde hair is consistent with what you would expect from Gaga, so your belief goes up. But the fact that she's sitting on her own with no bodyguards isn't, so your belief goes down. The point is, each new observations adds to your overall assessment. This is all Bayes' theorem does: offers a systematic way to update your belief in a hypothesis on the basis of the evidence. It accepts that you can't ever be completely certain about the theory you are considering, but allows you to make a best guess from the information available. So, once you realize the woman at the table opposite is wearing a dress made of meat -- a fashion choice that you're unlikely to chance up on in the non-Gaga population -- that might be enough to tip your belief over the thresho #Quote by Hannah Fry
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Patrick Phillips
#11. Elegy for Smoking"

It's not the drug I miss
but all those minutes
we used to steal
outside the library,
under restaurant awnings,
out on porches, by the quiet fields.

And how kind it used to make us
when we'd laugh
and throw our heads back
and watch the dragon's breath
float from our mouths,
all ravenous and doomed.

Which is why I quit, of course,
like almost everyone,
and stay inside these days
staring at my phone,
chewing toothpicks
and figuring the bill,

while out the window,
the smokers gather
in their same old constellations,
like memories of ourselves.

Or like the remnants
of some decimated tribe,
come down out of the hills
to tell their stories
in the lightly-falling rain -

to be, for a moment, simply there
and nowhere else,
their faces glowing
each time someone lifts,
like a gift, the little flame. #Quote by Patrick Phillips
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Matt Ridley
#12. The restaurant business is robust and successful precisely because individual restaurants are vulnerable and short-lived. Taleb wishes that society honoured ruined entrepreneurs as richly as it honours fallen soldiers. #Quote by Matt Ridley
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Bee Wilson
#13. The technology of food matters even when we barely notice it is there. From fire onward, there is a technology behind everything we eat, whether we recognize it or not. Behind every loaf of bread, there is an oven. Behind a bowl of soup, there is a pan and a wooden spoon (unless it comes from a can, another technology altogether). Behind every restaurant-kitchen foam, there will be a whipping canister, charged with N2O. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Douglas Adams
#14. Numbers written on restaurant bills within the confines of restaurants do not follow the same mathematical laws as numbers written on any other pieces of paper in any other parts of the Universe. This single fact took the scientific world by storm. #Quote by Douglas Adams
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Norah Jones
#15. In college I had a weekend gig at a restaurant, a solo thing that was the best practice I could have ever had. That's where I learned to coordinate my singing and my piano playing. #Quote by Norah Jones
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Wolfgang Puck
#16. It was a revolution, but now it is an evolution. People know more ingredients, people know more techniques, and people look for more ingredients they've never looked for before. In the '80s, you couldn't find raw tuna in any restaurant that wasn't Japanese. Now, you can't find any restaurant without it or sashimi. #Quote by Wolfgang Puck
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by R.S. Grey
#17. Yeah, but Dean and I were both hungry again by the time the restaurant closed. Don't you have guy friends? You should know that we require constant feeding. #Quote by R.S. Grey
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Teju Cole
#18. I became aware of just how fleeting the sense of happiness was, and how flimsy its basis: a warm restaurant after having come in from the rain, the smell of food and wine, interesting conversation, daylight falling weakly on the polished cherrywood of the tables. It took so little to move the mood from one level to another, as one might push pieces on a chessboard. Even to be aware of this, in the midst of a happy moment, was to push one of those pieces, and to become slightly less happy. #Quote by Teju Cole
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Marcus Samuelsson
#19. Each city should have its own type of restaurant. #Quote by Marcus Samuelsson
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Giovanni Boccaccio
#20. And the plague gathered strength as it was transmitted from the sick to the healthy through normal intercourse, just as fire catches on to any dry or greasy object placed too close to it. Nor did it stop there: not only did the healthy incur the disease and with it the prevailing mortality by talking to or keeping company with the sick--they had only to touch the clothing or anything else that had come into contact with or been used by the sick and the plague evidently was passed to the one who handled those things. #Quote by Giovanni Boccaccio
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Alice Waters
#21. I wanted people to come to the restaurant and feel at home, so I put it in a house. #Quote by Alice Waters
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Marcus Samuelsson
#22. I've lived all over the world, but Harlem is very special to me, and when I decided to open a restaurant near my home, I didn't want it to be business as usual. #Quote by Marcus Samuelsson
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Tom Douglas
#23. In the restaurant business, there's the concept of pivot. Pivot to the stove, pivot to the refrigerator. #Quote by Tom Douglas
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Evgeny Morozov
#24. In Google's world, public space is just something that stands between your house and the well-reviewed restaurant that you are dying to get to. #Quote by Evgeny Morozov
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Bridget Hall
#25. Opening a family-style restaurant with comfort food like mac 'n' cheese, ribs and burgers has always been my dream. #Quote by Bridget Hall
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Federico Fellini
#26. It's easier to be faithful to a restaurant than it is to a woman. #Quote by Federico Fellini
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Tommy Tenney
#27. We think revival means a silver-tongued preacher, some good music, and a few folks who decide they're going to join the church. No! Real revival is when people are eating at a restaurant or walking through the mall when they suddenly begin to weep and turn to their friends and say, I don't know what's wrong with me, but I know I've got to get right with God. #Quote by Tommy Tenney
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Arturo Perez Reverte
#28. [L]ife is like an expensive restaurant where, sooner or later, someone always hands you the bill, which is not to say that you should deny the joy and pleasure afforded by the dishes already eaten. #Quote by Arturo Perez Reverte
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Joan Crawford
#29. [To the mother of two unruly children in a restaurant after the woman said she really didn't know what to do with her children:] Have you tried infanticide? #Quote by Joan Crawford
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Haruki Murakami
#30. For a long time, she held a special place in my heart. I kept this special place just for her, like a "Reserved" sign on a quiet corner table in a restaurant. Despite the fact that I was sure I'd never see her again. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Margot Robbie
#31. I've worked everywhere. I worked in a warehouse packing surf supplies, a restaurant washing dishes, in retail, and I was a 'sandwich artist' at Subway. #Quote by Margot Robbie
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Montel Williams
#32. I take apart restaurant menus everywhere I go. I kind of tick off a lot of chefs in restaurants because I'll say, 'You can keep all of the sauce, keep all of that garbage - just give me that piece of fish. Forget the salad dressing, I don't need all of that extra stuff. Just give it to me straight up, and I'll eat it.' #Quote by Montel Williams
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Emeril Lagasse
#33. I'm working harder than ever now, and I'm putting on my pants the same as I always have. I just get up every day and try to do a little better than the day before, and that is to run a great restaurant with great food, great wine, and great service. That's my philosophy. #Quote by Emeril Lagasse
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Tarryn Fisher
#34. I've never been to the ocean, never heard the waves lick the sand in that quiet shushing you read about in books. I've never been to the zoo, smelled the elephant piss, and heard the cries of the monkeys. I've never had frozen yogurt from one of those places where you pull on the handle and fill your own cup with whatever you like. I've never eaten dinner at a restaurant with napkins that you set on your lap and silverware that isn't plastic. I've never painted my nails like the other girls at school, in bright neons and decadent reds. I've never been more than ten miles from home. Ten miles. It's like I live in the forever ago, not where buses rumble and trains have racks. I've never had a birthday cake, though I've wanted one very much. I've never owned a bra that is new, and had to cut the tags off with the scissors from the kitchen drawer. I've never been loved in a way that makes me feel as if I was supposed to be born, if only to feel loved. I've never, I've never, I've never. And it's my own fault. The things that we never do because someone makes us fearful of them, or makes us believe we don't deserve them. I want to do all my nevers-- alone or with someone who matters. I don't care. I just want to live. #Quote by Tarryn Fisher
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Harris Wittels
#35. I wanna open a Jamaican/Irish/Spanish small plate breakfast restaurant and call it Tapas the Morning to Ja. #Quote by Harris Wittels
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Shelly Crane
#36. You know that feeling when you're at your favorite restaurant and you see the waitress coming with your food, that happy feeling that slides down your spine? Find the girl that gives you that same feeling. And marry her. #Quote by Shelly Crane
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Liberace
#37. I was born and raised during Depression Years when we were on County relief and we all went out and we hustled. we worked. I worked in a restaurant, I washed dishes. #Quote by Liberace
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Bill Rancic
#38. I built RPM Italian, a restaurant I frequent as much as I can, because that is what people from Chicago do. They build things. #Quote by Bill Rancic
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Phoebe Damrosch
#39. Our restaurant fostered a sense of camaraderie in a number of ways besides sharing the same nickname of 'chef.' Initially, we bonded through training. Once we opened, we worked in teams each night, meaning that we not only knew our colleagues well, we depended on them. Most importantly, we all had 'family meal' together every night, just like President Bush recommended to all families so that their children would have good values and grow up to be gun-toting, pro-life, pro-death, gas-guzzling, warmongering, monolingual, homophobic, wiretapped, Bible-thumping, genetically engineered, stem-cell harboring, abstinent creationists. Oops, I think I just lost all of my red state readers. To make up for it, I'll let you lose my ballot. #Quote by Phoebe Damrosch
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Noelle Scaggs
#40. I like to discover little treasures in the cities we are in like a really amazing restaurant. I will go on my own and enjoy figuring out the ingredients as if I were making it at home, then I share my finds on my socials. I find that these little adventures bring me peace, because it is something I do when I am home. #Quote by Noelle Scaggs
Boccaccio Restaurant quotes by Jose Andres
#41. I think every chef should have a food truck. It's a good way to test the markets, to invest in meeting the future restaurant goers. #Quote by Jose Andres

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