« Du beurre ! Donnez-moi du beurre ! Toujours du beurre ! »

The succession of the aphorisms here is like the judicious staging of the various courses of a fine meal. They satisfy by their simplicity.

A good apprentice cook must be as polite without he dishwasher as with the chef.

Success is the sum of a lot of small things correctly done.

In all professions without doubt, but certainly in cooking, one is a student all his life.

One must be able to withstand a disagreeable remark. Strong spirits hold no grudges.

Fernand Point
Ma Gastronomie
Translated by Frank Kulla and Patricia Shannon Kulla

And so for day 2541

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