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Eliza Acton Quotes & Sayings

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It is not, in fact, cookery books that we need half so much as cooks really trained to a knowledge of their duties. — Eliza Acton

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I love thee as I love the tone
Of some soft-breathing flute
Whose soul is wak'd for me alone,
When all beside is mute. — Eliza Acton

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Without wishing in the slightest degree to disparage the skill and labour of breadmakers by trade, truth compels us to assert our conviction of the superior wholesomeness of bread made in our own homes. — Eliza Acton

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It may be safely averred that good cookery is the best and truest economy, turning to full account every wholesome article of food, and converting into palatable meals what the ignorant either render uneatable or throw away in disdain. — Eliza Acton

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Vegetables when not sufficiently cooked are know to be so exceedingly unwholesome and indigestible, that the custom of serving them 'crisp' should be altogether disregarded when health is considered of more importance than fashion. — Eliza Acton

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I love thee, as I love the calm
Of sweet, star-lighted hours!
I love thee, as I love the balm
Of early jest 'mine flowers. — Eliza Acton