Quotes on Bread [Freeform Rustic Italian]
If you live in the Appleton area you’ll probably know that the O’Charley’s located near the College/41 intersection has been closed for a while now. I thought about that location this morning as I zipped around Darboy running some errands. One of those “errands” happened to include stopping at Breadsmith to pick up a mini apple pie bread (for breakfast) and a loaf of freeform rustic Italian (for lunch). Anyway, back to O’Charley’s. O’Charley’s started off each dinner with a couple of warm buttered rolls that were soft, fluffy, and quite tasty. The basket these bits of bread came in was lined with paper that was printed with a bunch of bread related quotes. As chance would have it, I saved one of those liners.
Quotes on Bread from O’Charley’s
“Without bread, all is misery.”
- William Cobbett
“All sorrows are less with bread.”
- Miguel Cervantes
“You can travel 50,000 miles in America without once tasting a piece of good bread.”
- Henry Miller
“Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.”
- James Beard
“Acorns were good until bread was found.”
- Francis Bacon
“If thou taste a crust of bread thou tastes all the stars of heaven.”
- Robert Browning
^ Be envious.