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Success is born out of arrogance, but greatness comes from humility.
Mother Nature is the true artist and our job as cooks is to allow her to shine.
Once you accept you are being judged by people who have less knowledge than yourself, then what's it worth?
Gastronomy is the greatest form of therapy that anyone can be exposed to.
If you are not extreme, then people will take shortcuts because they don't fear you.
Strategy will compensate the talent. The talent will never compensate the strategy.
At the end of the day it's just food, isn't it? Just food.
I can't imagine anything worse than trying to impress a girl with dinner. To be honest, I'm always impressing myself, not other people.
A tree without roots is just a piece of wood.
Don't dress for others, dress for yourself. Clothes should be an extension of what you represent and what you feel inside.
Eating is one of the most important aspects of living. I like indulging. I like to eat one food at a time, to savor each individual thing.
If you've been given opportunities then you have to create opportunities. If you're given knowledge by people, share your knowledge. If you were born with talent, show your talent off.
I have no regrets in my life. If not for the mistakes that I made I would not be the man I am today.
I've paid my price, a high price, I watched my mother die. I look at everything I've been given now as a form of compensation. A person who has regrets is a person who casts anchors.
I cannot teach anybody how to cook. All I can do is show them, share methods with them.
I'm not a worrier. I like sleeping.
If the lift is broken, I'll just sit and wait for them to sort it out. I don't believe in friendly conversation or chit-chat.
People who can give themselves every day. They're the people that I admire, they're real people.
I spent my days on the riverbanks, in the woods, in the fields, shooting, hunting and stalking. I unravelled everything within my life. Self discovery is most important to me.
I don't do social events, I don't do award ceremonies, I don't do charity dinners. I live my life off-radar.
People do peculiar things in life and they do for whatever reason but I think one of the greatest crimes in life is when you lie.
I find supermarkets fascinating places. It's extraordinary, you can buy anything there.
The most poisonous source in any kitchen is a chef's ego.
Once you grow up and discover yourself as a human being you look at things for what they are.
Do I shout, belittle or swear? No. I have sufficient confidence within myself to control my environment just by my presence, just by working hard and leading from the front.
We're in a world that is run by accountants and I think that it's sad in many ways.
I think if you've been given something in life you have a moral duty to give things back.
Chefs today choose to step onto that treadmill where they have to be seen. Every day they have to go to this party, they have to go to that party. But then you think "Who is doing the cooking?".
I didn't understand myself well enough be an ambassador to my world, to inspire people to want to cook, to inspire young people to want to come into my industry.
The more I invested in myself, the kinder I was to myself and the more I understood myself.
I've never tried to be a celebrity chef, people call me that but I was that young boy that the media chose.
I like things that are educational and educational. I like things that are inspirational.
A lot of my reputation is a product of exaggeration and ignorance.
I just want my children to be happy. And to be good people. Proper people. That's all.
When you walk down the street of Kabul your values for life changes, they do change.
It's extraordinary these obsessions. You conquer one but then you move onto another.