Words matter. These are the best Anne Burrell Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
At home, my food is just sort of comfort food. It’s not super fancy, but it’s certainly tasty.
You don’t go into being a chef for the money.
If I’m having a party, the easiest and the biggest thing for me to make is a big pot of meatballs.
After two undefeated seasons of ‘Worst Cooks in America,’ I’m ready for a third. Going against Bobby Flay takes the challenge to another level, but I’m ready to whip these contestants into shape and the winner is sure to be from Team Burrell.
I love doing ‘Worst Cooks’ so very much.
Not every chef is a yeller, but I have to say that even a chef who is not a yeller might have a time when that rule might get broken.
I love meeting new people.
I’ve never been anything than a blond my whole life. There was one time when I dyed the ends pink. My father said if I ever did that again, he’d shave my head and keep me home ’til it grew back.
Part of being successful is about asking questions and listening to the answers.
I always use my ‘Holy Trinity’ which is salt, olive oil and bacon. My motto is, ‘bacon always makes it better.’ I try to use bacon and pork products whenever it can.
The margins for restaurants to make money are very, very narrow. It’s a tough business, and to be a chef is a little bit masochistic.
My least favorite ingredient to cook with is black pepper.
Definitely, in any teaching situation, there are the clueless students; then there are the ones who get it a little quicker.
I started waiting tables in college and realized how much I loved the business and loved to cook. I decided to go to culinary school and never looked back.
I adore my mother, and I am probably a chef because of my mother. She was adventurous.
Growing up, we always had a big garden, and it just gave me the passion and appreciation for really good food.
If you want to be a home cook, just have fun with it. Pick up a couple cookbooks. You’re gonna make some mistakes; just go in and try it.
My food, I think, is big. It’s aggressive, it’s aggressively seasoned, and it’s hearty.
Tough love is exactly what it sounds like.
I started in the restaurant business at the age of 19 as a waitress. I loved the atmosphere and the camaraderie of the restaurant business. I loved not having to go to an office. I loved making people happy.
My mom was a great cook and also a very creative cook.
Taste as you go. When you taste the food throughout the cooking process you can make adjustments as you go.
I love hot dogs.
I’m always a big fan of a big pot of chicken soup. I like to make a big pot of that, and I keep it in my freezer so when I come off the road and I just want to sit in my pajamas on my couch and catch up on the DVR and dig into a nice big bowl of chicken soup. It feeds my soul.
I feel like I can teach anyone to cook a dinner.