famous quotes

Welcome to the web´s most comprehensive site of quotations by women. Over 40,000 quotations are searchable by topic, by author's name, or by keyword. Many of them appear in no other collection. And new ones are added continually.

See all TOPICS available:

See all AUTHORS available:

Search by topic:

Find quotations by TOPIC (coffee, love, dogs)
or search alphabetically below.


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Search by last name:

Search by keyword:

Marian Burros

"Someone is putting brandy in your bonbons, Grand Marnier in your breakfast jam, Kahlua in your ice cream, Scotch in your mustard and Wild Turkey in your cake. Americans may be drinking fewer alcoholic beverages, but they are certainly eating more of them than ever before. Wittingly or un."

Marian Burros, "Alcohol, the Ultimate Additive," in The New York Times (1986)

New Quoatation

"The turkeys that most Americans eat for Thanksgiving are turkeys -- losers that are mass produced and bland."

Marian Burros, "Tender But Bland Birds Flock to the Feast," in The New York Times (1996)

New Quoatation

"The biggest problem with Bill Schutz's food is his timidity with herbs and spices and some bizarre primeval fear of salt."

Marian Burros, "Postmodern and Post-Belgian," in The New York Times (2001)

New Quoatation

Marian Burros, U.S. cookbook writer, food columnist
( - )

Full name: Marian Fox Burros