25 Inspirational Rachel Khoo Quotes

25 Inspirational Rachel Khoo Quotes

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Rachel Khoo was born on 28 August 1980 is a British cook, writer, and broadcaster, with her own BBC and Food Network television cooking series. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of the online lifestyle magazine Khoollect.

Inspirational Rachel Khoo Quotes:

 

1. “I love watching the fishermen step off their boats and layout their catch typically sardines, monkfish, and everything you’d find in bouillabaisse.” Rachel Khoo

 

2. “Every good jam tart deserves the finest preserve.” Rachel Khoo

 

3. “I haggle with French grannies over their old knick-knacks and walk away with some real gems.” Rachel Khoo

 

4. “Warming and nourishing bowls of food are something I love wrapping my hands around when the cold nights have drawn in.” Rachel Khoo

 

5. “I adore flaky croissants and buttery millefeuilles. But sometimes I like to steer the other way, opting for light, airy cakes enriched with tart red fruits.” Rachel Khoo

 

6. “Eating wantanmee in Malaysia is my earliest memory. The street sellers there have a whole cooking set-up on the front of their bikes.” Rachel Khoo

 

7. “Fig season is a joyous time of year for me. Back in my Paris days, the markets would be filled with piles of these squidgy fruits, no doubt sent up from the sunny south where they grow in abundance.” Rachel Khoo

 

8. “The Little Paris Kitchen’ was about my experience of living and cooking in Paris, ‘My little French Kitchen’ about my travels around France, and ‘Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook’ was a peek into my personal cooking diary with influences from around the world.” Rachel Khoo

 

9. “I had quite a few jobs in Paris before hitting the jackpot and writing cookbooks. One of them was peeling vegetables and prepping other veggie delights at Bob’s Juice Bar.” Rachel Khoo

 

10. “Angel cake is an American classic; a delicate meringue gently merged with minimal flour and zero butter, angelic because of its fluffy texture.” Rachel Khoo

 

11. “Crab meat is surprisingly sweet in its purest form, which is why it is often pepped up with zippy chili and lifted with citrus.” Rachel Khoo

 

12. “I want to be taken seriously: I can cook, I do have qualifications, OK, I do make mistakes, but I want to show that on camera. I’m not perfect. I’m someone who works hard, who is serious about what they’re doing. It’s substance over style.” Rachel Khoo

 

13. “I had a baptism of fire when I cooked in the Little Paris Kitchen.” Rachel Khoo

 

14. “A sandwich needn’t be loaded with bacon or ham to make it a serious feast.” Rachel Khoo

 

15. “Nothing could be more French than pastry.” Rachel Khoo

 

16. “The geographical location of Sweden and, therefore, short growing season meant that the range of products is not as abundant like say France, Italy or Spain. This influenced the cooking culture and forced cooks to be creative with a handful of ingredients. It’s a very modern way of cooking.” Rachel Khoo

 

17. “I made it quite clear that I want to be female-friendly. I don’t want to be too sexualized because a woman in a kitchen is already a loaded image.” Rachel Khoo

 

18. “I used to have a bit of a thing against starting a meal with soup. I’d find they were often too heavy, filling you up rather than igniting the appetite. Plus, I’d end up mopping it up with scoops of baguette.” Rachel Khoo

 

19. “I’ve always felt the easiest way to get to know a new culture is through its food even if you don’t speak the language. Food will do it for you. It’s a universal language.” Rachel Khoo

 

20. “I would try and barter a cake for some help with coding. I’m not the best coder. I have some basic HTML but that’s about it.” Rachel Khoo

 

21. “I want to push myself. I’m always up for a challenge.” Rachel Khoo

 

22. “To follow my meal, I’d drink a glass of my uncle’s homemade apricot schnapps. He puts it in beautiful glass bottles and sells them at his local market in Austria. You don’t normally drink with Asian food, so this would be a fitting end to the meal.” Rachel Khoo

 

23. “Fika is a bit like afternoon tea but with coffee and pastries instead of sandwiches.” Rachel Khoo

 

24. “A lot of my inspiration comes from people that you don’t see on TV like my mum and my grandma. There are so much history and knowledge.” Rachel Khoo

 

25. “My cookbooks are like a personal journey for me, they’re like a chapter in my life.” Rachel Khoo


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