Monday, August 3, 2015

Stirring Quotes About Soup

"A first-rate soup is more creative 
than a second-rate painting."
~  Abraham Maslow

"Only the pure in heart can make a good soup."
~  Ludwig van Beethoven

"An idealist is one who, on noticing 
that roses smell better than a cabbage, 
concludes that it will also make better soup."
~  H.L. Mencken

"I live on good soup, not on fine words."
~  Molière

"Memories are like mulligatawny soup in a 
cheap restaurant. It is best not to stir them."
~  P.G. Wodehouse

"Soup is a lot like a family. Each ingredient 
enhances the others; each batch has its 
own characteristics; and it needs time
to simmer to reach full flavor."
~  Marge Kennedy

"I've sat looking down into a volcano that could 
blow at any moment; I've helped catch a shark 
and several rattlesnakes; I let a tarantula 
walk across my hand; and I ate rat soup."
~  Alan Alda

"What does 'good in bed' mean to me? 
When I'm sick and stay home from school 
propped up with lots of pillows watching TV 
and my mom brings me soup. That's 'good in bed.'"
~  Brooke Shields

"When I was having that alphabet soup, 
I never thought that it would pay off."
~  Vanna White

"The only thing chicken 
about Israel is their soup."
~  Bob Hope

"Even with my wife, I find sharing soup is hard."
~  Wallace Shawn

"A page of my journal is like a portable soup. 
A little may be diffused into a considerable portion."
~  James Boswell

"What a marvelous resource soup is for the thrifty cook 
– it solves the ham-bone and lamb-bone problems, 
the everlasting Thanksgiving turkey, the extra vegetables."
~  Julia Child

"That's one thing I get neurotic about: 
I need my soup to be crazy hot."
~  Chrissy Teigen