Woody Allen When we lose twenty . . .
Stuart McLean Don't dig your grave . . .
Stuart McLean Your stomach shouldn't be . . .
Author Unknown A diet is the . . .
John Kenneth Galbraith More die in the . . .
Author Unknown The cardiologist's diet If . . .
Cicero, Rhetoricorum LV One should eat to . . .
Author Unknown Inside some of us . . .
Paula Poundstone I've decided that perhaps . . .
Stephen Phillips In the Middle Ages, . . .
Roseanne Barr It's okay to be . . .
Jean Kerr I feel about airplanes . . .
Author Unknown People are so worried . . .
Dave Barry Albert Einstein, who discovered . . .
Phillip C. McGraw Reality check you can . . .
Elmer Rice If nature had intended . . .
Don Kardong Avoid any diet that . . .
Author Unknown I keep trying to . . .
Mae West I never worry about . . .
Totie Fields I've been on a . . .
Author Unknown Rich, fatty foods are . . .
Author Unknown I'm on a seafood . . .
Author Unknown The older you get, . . .
Author Unknown Stressed spelled backwards is . . .
Andy Rooney The biggest seller is . . .
Peter De Vries Gluttony is an emotional . . .
Stuart McLean If hunger is not . . .
Author Unknown Nothing tastes as good . . .
Dawn French If I had been . . .
George Bernard Shaw No diet will remove . . .
Author Unknown The first thing you . . .
Beth McCollister Food is like sex . . .
Texas Guinan I go up and . . .
Julia Child Life itself is the . . .
Author Unknown Blessed are those who . . .
Dave Barry I recently had my . . .
Stuart McLean Dieting is wishful shrinking. . . .
Plutarch It is a hard . . .
Stuart McLean Bigger snacks mean bigger . . .
Jennifer Greene Duncan I'm allergic to food. . . .
Jim Davis Vegetables are a must . . .
Voltaire Nothing would be more . . .
Author Unknown There is a lot . . .
Steve Elbert We think fast food . . .
Annita Manning High-tech tomatoes. Mysterious milk. . . .
Garrison Keillor Sex is good, but . . .
Author Unknown Do vegetarians eat animal . . .
Stuart McLean Those who forget the . . .
John Barrymore I would like to . . .
Elizabeth Berry Shipping is a terrible . . .
Channing Pollock No man in the . . .
Tommy Smothers Red meat is not . . .
Author Unknown Chemicals, n Noxious substances . . .
Robert Fuoss It would be nice . . .
Buddy Hackett As a child my . . .
Author Unknown Welcome to the Church . . .
Ambrose Bierce Edible, adj. Good to . . .
Luciano Pavarotti, William Wright, Pavarotti One of the very . . .
Miss Piggy After all the trouble . . .
Beatrice & Ira Freeman The bagel, an unsweetened . . .
Earl Wilson You can say this . . .
Author Unknown The belly rules the . . .
Fran Lebowitz My favorite animal is . . .
Laiko Bahrs When baking, follow directions. . . .
William Osler We are all dietetic . . .
Diogenes the Cynic If only it was . . .
G.K. Chesterton The poets have been . . .
John Gunther All happiness depends on . . .
Josh Billings Never work before breakfast; . . .
Fran Lebowitz Vegetables are interesting but . . .
George Rosenbaum A bagel is a . . .
Henry IV Great eaters and great . . .
Robert Byrne Anybody who believes that . . .
Lewis Grizzard It's difficult to think . . .
José Simons In Mexico we have . . .
Pat McNelis I don't think America . . .
Roseanne Chili represents your three . . .
Ymber Delecto If organic farming is . . .
Author Unknown A nickel will get . . .
Fran Lebowitz Large, naked raw carrots . . .
Meryl Streep It's bizarre that the . . .
Stuart McLean Eat little, sleep sound. . . .
Ralph Waldo Emerson The greatest delight the . . .
Confucius The way you cut . . .
Author Unknown Worries go down better . . .
Fran Lebowitz Food is an important . . .
N.F. Simpson I eat merely to . . .
Leo Benvenuti, Steve Rudnick I take a vitamin . . .
A. Kerr Dyspepsia is the remorse . . .
Jonathan Swift This is every cook's . . .
Author Unknown Sleep 'til you're hungry, . . .
Clementine Paddleford Chowder breathes reassurance. It . . .
Martin H. Fischer A nickel's worth of . . .
Alfred E. Newman We are living in . . .
Linda Henley If God had intended . . .
Author Unknown An empty belly is . . .
Edward Bunyard It is, in my . . .
Sally Edwards If we're not willing . . .
Audrey Foris If junk food is . . .
Stuart McLean Rice is born in . . .
Robert Frost There is one thing . . .
Edward Abbey Nobody seems more obsessed . . .
Martin H. Fischer The breakfast slimes, angel . . .
Lin Yutang What is patriotism but . . .
George Bernard Shaw Everything I eat has . . .
James Beard A gourmet who thinks . . .
J.B. Priestly We plan, we toil, . . .
Charles Kuralt You can find your . . .
Barbara Grizzuti Harrison I refuse to believe . . .
Cervantes Hunger is the best . . .
George Bernard Shaw There is no love . . .
Henry David Thoreau He who distinguishes the . . .
Robert Brault Stored away in some . . .
Woody Allen I will not eat . . .
Lee Iacocca We load up on . . .
Author Unknown Recipe A series of . . .
Bill Bryson And I find chopsticks . . .
George Meredith Kissing don't last; cookery . . .
Mark Twain Part of the secret . . .
Astrid Alauda Did you ever stop . . .
Chang Chan-Pao Cutting stalks at noontime. . . .
Fred Allen Condensed milk is wonderful. . . .
James Beard Good bread is the . . .
Gael Greene Great food is like . . .
Elsie de Wolfe No, I don't take . . .
Calvin Trillin The most remarkable thing . . .
H.L. Mencken Anyhow, the hole in . . .
Franklin P. Jones You are what you . . .
Martin H. Fischer The inventor of soda . . .
Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt Plant a radish, get . . .
Betsy Cañas Garmon Cold beer and pizza . . .
Epicurus We should look for . . .
Author Unknown He who eats alone . . .
Author Unknown After dinner sit a . . .
Sepal Felicivant Vegetables are the food . . .
Samuel Butler Always eat grapes downward . . .
Vince Staten The story of barbecue . . .
Ambrose Bierce Custard A detestable substance . . .
Author Unknown If you ate pasta . . .
James I He was a very . . .
Jasmine Heiler Strawberries are the angels . . .
Anthelme Brillat-Savarin Tell me what you . . .
Stuart McLean The more you eat, . . .
Bert Greene Proust had his madeleines; . . .
V.L. Allineare Sugar is a type . . .
Joan Gussow As for butter versus . . .
Will Rogers An onion can make . . .
Irwin Van Grove Hunger One of the . . .
Mark Twain Training is everything. The . . .
Mignon McLaughlin The woman just ahead . . .
Bruce Bye You can tell how . . .
Craig Claiborne There is nothing better . . .
Danielle Sanchez-Witzel, Michael Pennie, Earl You know how I . . .
Grey Livingston If soup isn't hot . . .
William Ralph Inge The whole of nature, . . .
George Carlin And, of course, the . . .
P.J. O'Rourke A fruit is a . . .
Jim Davis Avoid fruit and nuts. . . .
Jasmine Heiler Food is so primal, . . .
Jay Leno Soup is just a . . .
Ulrik Stephens I'm not sure what . . .
Astrid Alauda Happiness is a bowl . . .
Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote All sorrows are less . . .
George Miller The trouble with eating . . .
Jane Grigson This special feeling towards . . .
Christopher Morley No man is lonely . . .
A.J. Esther Oil and potatoes both . . .
Rick Budinich When I'm at a . . .
Emily Lotney A converted cannibal is . . .
Author Unknown Fish, to taste right, . . .
Walt Kelly Food for thought is . . .
Author Unknown He that eats till . . .
St Frances de Sales The spirit cannot endure . . .
M.F.K. Fisher [Breadbaking is] one of . . .
Martha Harrison I'll bet what motivated . . .
Harriet van Horne Cooking is like love. . . .
Aldous Huxley A man may be . . .
Clifton Fadiman Cheese - milk's leap . . .
Martin H. Fischer Life goes faster on . . .
Stuart McLean Life is an onion . . .
Mark Twain But when the time . . .
Thomas Wolfe There is no sight . . .
Sydney Smith Soup and fish explain . . .
Martin H. Fischer Don't forget that the . . .
A. Baer There is no such . . .
Stuart McLean Soup is liquid comfort. . . .
Emily Post To the old saying . . .
Ralph Waldo Emerson There are only ten . . .
Author Unknown What is stronger than . . .
Lionel Poilane Bread deals with living . . .
Martin H. Fischer Most of the food . . .
Frederic Raphael Great restaurants are, of . . .
Julia Child It's so beautifully arranged . . .
Leslie Newman As the days grow . . .
Elizabeth Russell Bread and butter, devoid . . .
Samuel Hoffenstein My soul is dark . . .
Carrie Latet I'm trying to eat . . .