As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it.— Buddy Hackett
Belligerent Menu quotations
As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it, or leave it.
If you don't have a seat at the table, you're probably on the menu.
We can make a commitment to promote vegetables and fruits and whole grains on every part of every menu. We can make portion sizes smaller and emphasize quality over quantity. And we can help create a culture - imagine this - where our kids ask for healthy options instead of resisting them.
Don't settle. Don't finish crappy books. If you don't like the menu, leave the restaurant. If you're not on the right path, get off it.
I saw a Werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hand
Of all the items on the menu, soup is that which exacts the most delicate perfection and the strictest attention.
I am not interested in picking up crumbs of compassion thrown from the table of someone who considers himself my master. I want the full menu of rights.
Life is a menu. Whatever you order is what's delivered to the table.
We have some breaking news from our dedicated kale coverage desk here at NPR.
Starting now, Chick-fil-A has kale on its menu next to the spicy chicken sandwich and the waffle fries. It's called the Superfood Side.
The great thing about McDonald's is that they have a lot of different things on the menu. I love their salads.
Modern education is like being taken to the world's greatest restaurant & being forced to eat the menu.
Is it possible to get a cup of coffee-flavored coffee anymore in this country? What happened with coffee? Did I miss a meeting? They have every other flavor but coffee-flavored coffee. They have mochaccino, frappaccino, cappuccino, al pacino...Coffee doesn't need a menu, it needs a cup.
When entertaining, it's great to wow your guests with an outstanding recipe, but it's also very important to design a menu that's not too demanding of yourself, otherwise everybody will have fun but you. A great appetizer or simpler dish is a good way to work a menu that's delicious but does not impose too much effort or time spent in the kitchen.
According to a new poll, Republicans are more likely to have a doughnut for breakfast, while Democrats prefer to eat bagels and croissants. While Independents are that annoying friend who's still looking at the menu after 15 minutes.
Going out to eat is expensive. I was out at one restaurant and they didn't have prices on the menu. Just faces with different expressions of horror.
Using lots of fresh foods, fruits and vegetables, helps to keep the menu buoyant - I don't know if that's the right word, but it keeps a balance of freshness and health.
Fast food is popular because it's convenient, it's cheap, and it tastes good.
But the real cost of eating fast food never appears on the menu.
I'm not asking any of you to make drastic changes to every single one of your recipes or to totally change the way you do business. But what I am asking is that you consider reformulating your menu in pragmatic and incremental ways to create healthier versions of the foods that we all love.
When I tour, it's like, well, like a food tour as much as a comedy tour.
I try to eat at all the weird places, the obscure barbecue joints, burger places. There are a few spots in L.A. that I'm obsessed with - one of them is the Taco Zone taco truck on Alvarado. There are secret off-menu items that are amazing.
Flops are a part of life's menu and I've never been a girl to miss out on any of the courses.
I hope God speaks English. If I get up to heaven and have to point at a menu, I'm gonna be pissed.
But a myth, to speak plainly, to me is like a menu in a fancy French restaurant: glamorous, complicated camouflage for a fact you wouldn't otherwise swallow, like maybe lima beans.
In restaurants where they serve frog's legs, what do they do with the rest of the frog? Do they just throw it away? You never see "frog torsos" on the menu. Is there actually a garbage can full of frog bodies in the alley? I wouldn't want to be a homeless guy looking for an unfinished cheeseburger and open the lid on that
I like to eat sweets. When I go to a restaurant, I'll read the dessert menu before I even look at the entrees.
I'm like the most expensive, exotic item on a gourmet menu.
People can wonder about the sensuous delights of the dish, but they can't afford such an expensive luxury
If it doesn't taste good it doesn't go on the menu
Lunches don't get free just because you don't see the prices on the menu.
And economists don't get popular by reminding people of that.
In the menu, there should be a climax and a culmination. Come to it gently. One will suffice.
I'm like an expensive menu... you can look but you can't afford!
Hors d'oeuvres have always a pathetic interest for me;
they remind me of one's childhood that one goes through wondering what the next course is going to be like -- and during the rest of the menu one wishes one had eaten more of the hors d'oeuvres.
Nothing against comedy clubs, they work.
But when you're sitting with a tablecloth and a candle and an appetizer menu, three-drink minimum, it can feel more like a dinner theater than a live experience.
Composing a concert is like composing a menu.
... If you start with light pieces and play a 45-minute sonata after the interlude, it's like starting dinner with hors d'oeuvres and dessert and finishing with a Châteaubriand and vegetables.
I’m going to grab a cheeseburger,” I told Patch.
“Want anything?” “Nothing on the menu.” I smiled. “Why, Patch, are you flirting with me?
Metaphysics is a restaurant where they give you a thirty thousand page menu, and no food.