Quotes by Edna Lewis

"When the leaves began to fall, all the visitors were gone, and the whistle from the train passing through Orange gave a long, lonesome, shrill sound as it rolled through without stopping to let off any passengers."
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"One of the greatest pleasures of my life has been that I have never stopped learning about Good Cooking and Good Food."
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"My mother died when I was 18. Up until then, I never saw a tin can in my house. (Washington Post interview, 1990)"
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"Ham held the same rating as the basic black dress. If you had a ham in the meat house, any situation could be faced."
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"Women didn't 'learn' how to cook - you were born knowing how."
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