Chef Motivation Quotes

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All worries are less with wine.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Hunger gives flavour to the food.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Some people when they see cheese, chocolate or cake they don't think of calories.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
You have come nearer to mastering a good many aspects of cooking than anyone except a handful of great chefs, and some day it will pay off. I know it will. You will just have to go on working, and teaching, and getting around, and spreading the gospel until it does. (Avis DeVoto to Julia Child)
Joan Reardon (As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto: Food, Friendship, and the Making of a Masterpiece)
Everyone from firefighters to sushi chefs who are experts in their fields can enter the mainstream conversation taking place on myriad media channels to voice their opinion’s and talk about their expertise.
Areva Martin (Make It Rain!: How to Use the Media to Revolutionize Your Business & Brand)
We can't all be bakers or chefs. Many of us have modest ambitions. But we can all buy a piece of the pie.
Amah Lambert
Life Is Like a Big Kitchen — You Create, Plan, Organize, Execute, Achieve and Sometimes You Fail…
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Do you remember your favorite dish your mom always prepared for you?
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
You can never focus without a goal and never achieve your goal without focus...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
In order to stay focused, you need to be motivated. In order to stay motivated, you need to know your why!
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
You have only failed if you have completely given up on your goal.
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Kitchen work is teamwork...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Chefing is like real life — you never finish learning...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
The kitchen is a high-speed environment, so the more flexible you are so better
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Inspiration, I found out, only comes from within you.
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
A leader is someone who can gather people around himself who are smarter and more skilled than he is.
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
If you don’t change, you are afraid of yourself...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Who's cooking your food anyway? What strange beasts lurk behind the kitchen doors? You see the chef: he's the guy without the hat, with the clipboard under his arm, maybe his name stitched in Tuscan blue on his starched white chef's coat next to those cotton Chinese buttons. But who's actually cooking your food? Are they young, ambitious culinary school grads, putting in their time on the line until they get their shot at the Big Job? Probably not. If the chef is anything like me, the cooks are a dysfunctional, mercenary lot, fringe-dwellers motivated by money, the peculiar lifestyle of cooking and grim pride. They're probably not even American.
Anthony Bourdain (Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly)
It was Lola Simeona who served their bestseller: Soup No. 5 was a horrifying concoction of bull testes and spices, yet still was the best broth this side of the city, a popular meal for the adventurous and for those who prize umami above all. Occasionally a new customer would stagger out, pale and green all at once, because Lola Simeona was never shy about telling them exactly what they were eating, and in great detail. If it tasted good, she liked to say, then why would knowing this change anything? Lola sold Soup No. 5 regular at nearly all hours, closing at two a.m., only to begin again at nine the next day. Soup No. 5 regular was a picker-upper, a mood brightener. Soup No. 5 regular put people in cheerful temperaments, ready to face the day with optimism- a surprising side effect, given the cantankerous nature of the chef.
Rin Chupeco (Hungry Hearts: 13 Tales of Food & Love)
Women have come a long way , since that day on September 7th 1968 , when they burnt myriad symbolic feminine products , including mops and bras , as a mark of protest . The women wanted to call world-wide attention to women's rights and women's liberation ! Today women are making headlines each and every day as the makers and creators of positive change in all walks of life . Be it as doctors , pilots , engineers , artists , writers , musicians, innovators, teachers , astronauts , researchers, managers , private or government employees , designers , scientists , dancers, singers, entrepreneurs , architects , bus-drivers , nurses , chefs , actors, athletes , politicians , or home-makers , women have been and are continuing to prove themselves that they are equal to or better than men in all walks of life ! A big 'Salute ' to all the women in the world !
Avijeet Das
You want to be hands-on and on the other side, you need to be a great delegator...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
As a chef you have the possibility of traveling the world
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Travelling the whole world, working where other people spend their vacations — that sounds like a dream...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens. What TV chefs don't tell you.)
Look forward, move forward. Get going, keep going.
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Failure is detour, not a dead end!...
Marcel Riemer (Slamming It Out!: How I got shit done in 5* kitchens)
Femeile nu se ceartă când au motive, ci când au chef. Legenda spune că odată, demult, o femeie a avut un motiv real de ceartă, iar atunci cerurile s‑au deschis și au înghițit‑o, cel mai probabil Dumnezeu recunoscând că greșise sexul făpturii sale.Dacă‑i zici unei gagici: — Iubire, vezi că aseară am fost cu o bagaboantă! M‑a costat un milion! o să râdă. — Vai, nebun mai ești!… Vezi să nu faci glume de‑astea când vin ai mei pe la noi! — De ce, o să li se pară că am dat prea mult? ar putea să vină replica ta. O ceartă cu o femeie începe atunci când vrea ea să înceapă, iar ca asta să se întâmple, orice normă de logică, orice fărâmă de argumentație, orice miligram de normalitate trebuie căl‑ cate în picioare, agresate cu bestialitate, lăsate cu borșul la nas
Anonymous
chefs, the Guatemalans, sometimes
Jonathan Kellerman (Motive (Alex Delaware #30))
A chef wields dozens of tools, from spatulas to potato scrubbing gloves. Every once in a while, he’ll need the pastry brush, but every day he’ll use a chef’s knife, a frying pan, salt, and a stove. Like a chef, a motivation hacker has a core set of tools. I’ll introduce these in Chapters 3 and 4: success spirals, precommitment, and burnt ships. Sometimes you can reach into your motivation pantry (Chapter 12) and pull out some timeboxing, but it’s often best not to get too fancy. And just as the chef who dogmatically used his chef’s knife for everything would cook a terrible pancake, so would a motivation hacker fail to quit an internet addiction using only precommitment. No single technique can solve every problem. This book will recommend several approaches to increasing motivation. Use more than one at a time.
Nick Winter (The Motivation Hacker)
There are man and women out there. Who are proud that they can't cook. It is sad, because you can't be proud for lacking a skill that you need to survive.
De philosopher DJ Kyos