On the contrary, if the cook be not so clever an adept in her art, then it will be requisite for the housekeeper to give more of her attention to the business of the kitchen, than in the former case.
A cook is a household staff member responsible for food preparation.
Quentin LaMar Cook (born September 8, 1940) is an American religious leader and former lawyer and business executive.
The cook is the patron of the crew, and those who are in his favour can get their wet mittens and stockings dried, or light their pipes at the galley in the night watch.
On 5th May, at a Council Meeting of the Royal Society, Captain John Campbell, R.N., proposed that Cook, who was in attendance, and had been appointed by the Admiralty to the command of the Endeavour, was a fit and proper person to be one of the observers for the Society in the Southern Seas.
Paul Cook (born March 3, 1943) is an American politician.
"We had a company of friends invited for dinner to-day," she said, "and our cook was illor said she wasand had to go.
Dr. Cook is the University of Manitoba’s inaugural Vice-President (Indigenous).
The cook was a wiser as well as a wet man, and made up his mind that the next time he would heed the advice to dismount when boarding a ferry-boat.
Paul M. Cook (April 25, 1924 citation citation – December 14, 2020) was an American businessman.
In 1884, the Holstein-Friesian Association of Canada was founded and Mr. Cook remained its president for the first three years.
"Well, you see," said Growler, "cooks are awkward things to hang; you
Must a common cook always be a girl?
COOK, EDWARD T., journalist, born at Brighton; educated at Oxford; had been on the editorial staff of the Pall Mall Gazette and the Westminster Gazette, became, in 1893, editor of the Daily News; is an enthusiastic disciple of Ruskin; wrote "Studies on Ruskin"; b. 1857.
Although broiling is a far superior method of cooking steaks to frying them, yet, when the cook is not very expert, the latter mode may be adopted; and, when properly done, the dish may really look very inviting, and the flavour be good.
Cooks have ever been a genus irritabile; authors still more so: Malebranche was both: a dispute arose; the old father, warm already, became warmer; culinary and metaphysical irritations united to derange his liver: he took to his bed, and died.
A cook who specializes in making sauces is a saucier.
And I haven't missed a charity matinée for the last three months."] Food at the front is another matter, and Mr. Punch is glad to print the tribute of one of his war-poets to the "Cookers": The Company Cook is no great fighter, And there's never a medal for him to wear, Though he camps in the shell-swept waste, poor blighter, And many a cook has "copped it" there;
In these days of American prodigality a frugal cook like Takahashi was a revelation.
The Cooks are angry Sirs, and that makes up the medley.
It covered a period of about sixteen years; but taking into consideration the times he was away on duty, sometimes for long periods, Cook's home life in reality only extended to a little more than four years, and Mrs. Cook must often have been months, sometimes years, without even hearing of the existence of her husband.
"The cook and housemaid who succeeded them were jail-birds pure and simple.
To the Grand Chamberlain and the Grand Butler the Grand Cook was a meet appendage.
Apple CEO Tim Cook becomes a billionaire for the.
James Cook, the Circumnavigator, was a native of the district of Cleveland, Yorkshire, but of his ancestry there is now very little satisfactory information to be obtained.
In April 1757 Mr. Bissett, who was Master of the Eagle when Cook was Master's mate, and who therefore would have a better chance than any one else to measure his subordinate's character and capabilities, was appointed Master of H.M.S. Pembroke, a new ship, and superintended her fitting for sea.
Adam Cook, who is now the athletic director for Whitehouse Independent School District, was Mahomes’ football coach in high school.
Jennings is hardly the first person to realize that Cook is a noun and a verb in addition to a surname.
"Miriam," said he, "if your new cook is the right sort of a woman, she ought to be able to help herself in emergencies of this kind, with the woodhouse not a dozen yards from the kitchen.
He wrote his friend Schober in 1818 of the Esterházy visit: "The cook is a pleasant fellow; the housemaid is very pretty and often pays me a visit; the butler is my rival."
The sense of relief that came when he found that the cook was not Ophelia, together with the widow's unexpected graciousness, had instantly disarmed his suspicions and, metaphorically speaking, hurled his heart into her lap.
He kept turning a wistful eye toward the fire where the frightened black cook was hustling coffee and ham and eggs for his benefit.
The restaurant occupies a corner house; and, though its reputation is not strictly first-class in some respects, its cook is an artist, and its wine cellar as good as the best.
She wouldn't, no, that she wouldn't; and the squire found that the cook was mistress of the situation.
That cook with whom he used to have the arguments about the boiled chicken was now an enemy, a domestic enemy, because he was sure that she talked about his projected marriage in the kitchen.
Edgeworth, in his Memoirs, states that about this time Cook was a frequent visitor at Denham Place, the home of Mr. Louis Way, F.R.S., but as that gentleman died in this year, and Edgeworth also refers to events of a later date as occurring at the same time, it is more probable that these visits were paid after the Second Voyage to Mr. Benjamin Way, also F.R.S., and a Director of the South Sea Company.
One can readily imagine the fun that must have transpired where so many amateur cooks were at work round one table, with all manner of culinary tools and ingredients.
He says Cook was a "Constant Reader," but not a "Contributor."
At Covent Garden there is the best acting in the world; Mr. Kemble is the first tragic actor now in England; Cook was a rival and excelled him in some characters.
Boscawen, sailing from Halifax for Louisberg in 1758, left several ships behind on account of scurvy, one being the Pembroke, of which Cook was Master; she had lost 29 men crossing the Atlantic, but she was able to rejoin before the others as they were in a worse plight.
The cooks, the house servants, the coachmen, the stable boys, almost all the manual workers were slaves.
His cooks are asses: I have a delicate dish of ruffs to dinner, sirrah.
But to-night Dame Niafer was fretted, because the pastry-cook was young Ruric's cousin, and was, she feared, as likely as not to fling off in a huff on account of Dom Manuel's having strangled the clerk.
The ancient Court of England was so differently constituted from the present, and so many offices which sprang out of the feudal system have fallen into desuetude, that it requires a considerable effort to imagine a condition of things, where the master-cook of our lord the king was a personage of high rank and extended possessions.
The cook was a bullet-headed squat negro with a broken nose.
Mr. Cook, another of the evidences examined, was long resident in the same island, and, "though he lived there also since the passing of the act, he knew of no legal protection, which slaves had against injuries from their masters."
But the cook was an obstinate Korean, as well as a trifle lazy, and refused to get down, thinking he could safely drive his beast across the gang-plank.
The children forthwith agreed amongst themselves that Cook was not only a tino tangata, but a tino rangatiraa combination of a great chief and a perfect gentleman.
The attendants of the king were enraged and showed signs of hostility, but were restrained by the thought that Captain Cook was a god.
Nearly every cook in India is a Brahmin, which is a matter of almost imperative necessity, because no man can partake of food cooked or even touched by persons of lower caste.