We’ve collected the best Potato Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Michael Pollan, Harley Pasternak, Rumer Willis, Antoni Porowski, Stephanie Land. Use them as an inspiration.
The WWE belt means nothing; it means absolutely nothing. They pass around that belt like a hot potato. I probably have a neighbor on my block who held that belt at one point. There is no prestige to that belt whatsoever.
Soy sauce and seaweed go really well with potato chips.
As for my daily, it usually consists of a smoothie in the morning with banana, spinach and blueberry and veggie protein powder, then some kind of tofu or tempeh scramble with veggies. Later, I may have some type of rice and beans, salad with lentils, sweet potato, nut butter sandwich and another smoothie.
When it looks like I may live longer than five minutes I’ll drop cigarettes like a hot potato.
People in my neighborhood are so disconnected from the fresh food supply that kids don’t know an eggplant from a sweet potato. We have to show them how to get grounded in the truest sense of the word.
‘Constitutional‘ is just a real pip of a word. Positively rolls off the tongue. In fact, it’s downright fun to say. ‘Con-stit-too-shun-al.’ It’s the verbal equivalent of skipping down the street with an ice cream cone in your hand. It’s like a semantic bag of Lays potato chips. You simply can’t just say it once.
When you’re young, you know, you want to do all the things other kids are doing. Play video games. Sit in the house and eat potato chips. Just play or whatever.
I used to wear these big shapeless clothes and ended up just looking like a potato in a sack. I’ve learnt now to accentuate the bits that I’m happiest with. That’s probably my waist – a lot of my clothes go in at the waist and emphasise my hips, which I’m very proud of.
I’m a steak and potato guy.
I’ll never forget my first experience of swede. It was at school and I thought I was getting mashed potato. I’ve never got over it.
What is it to keep kosher? Is it eating kosher potato chips? Kosher is a bigger idea. I think it’s about being healthy. But according to some people, it’s about not eating this food because it’s forbidden by the Jewish law. My view of the halachah changed a little bit. The laws are there hopefully to be a tool.
I love pie. Definitely apple pie, but sweet potato pie – really any pie.
I’m a good cook; one of my specialities is reindeer and potato pie.
I am a couch potato!
I’m a big potato chip girl. I don’t like chocolate and cakes and all that, but I have to have my potato chips. I’ve got bags in the back of my car right now! But I never beat myself up about it, because, look: You can’t give up every damn thing. You need something in your life that you like just because you like it!
Reading a Lydia Davis story collection is like reaching into what you think is a bag of potato chips and pulling out something else entirely: a gherkin, a pepper corn, a truffle, a piece of beef jerky.
The first time I had a baked potato, I was eight years old at a friend‘s house. Most white kids growing up have a baked potato every day. I didn’t even know what to do with it, how to open it. I was the only white kid in high school eating octopus.
I had a nickname in junior high, and I’m loathe to say this: ‘potato lady.’