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Business Communication Diet Food History Home Humor Knowledge Learning Movies Science Success Sympathy Teacher Thankful

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  • The thing that helped me get into the film business was that I went to school in Athens, Georgia and managed to get on, um, working on music videos for a band called R.E.M. and that kind of opened up a lot of doors for me.
  • I like television. I still believe that television is the most powerful form of communication on Earth - I just hate what is being done with it.
  • A balanced diet may be the best medicine. I was eating too much good eats. But people consider that part of your job, you know? Eat. And I do!
  • I say grace. I'm a big believer in grace. I happen to believe in a God that made all the food and so I'm pretty grateful for that and I thank him for that. But I'm also thankful for the people that put the food on the table.
  • The worst food you'll ever eat will probably be prepared by a 'cook' who calls himself a 'chef.' Mark my words.
  • Everything in food is science. The only subjective part is when you eat it.
  • The kitchen's a laboratory, and everything that happens there has to do with science. It's biology, chemistry, physics. Yes, there's history. Yes, there's artistry. Yes, to all of that. But what happened there, what actually happens to the food is all science.
  • Culinary tradition is not always based on fact. Sometimes it's based on history, on habits that come out of a time when kitchens were fueled by charcoal.
  • I'm like a really goofy home ec teacher.
  • I know people that could serve me canned tuna and saltine crackers and have me feel more at home at their table than some people who can cook circles around me. The more you try to impress people, generally the less you do.