I was on a tour of a Restoration comedy in 1996, and in Moscow we stayed at the Metropole hotel, off Red Square. The food there was opulent, but in the Maly theatre canteen, there were just a few pieces of rye bread, peanuts, and gherkins. I stood in the queue and burst into tears.
I didn't intend to introduce food so early, but she became very interested at about 5 months, and I just gave her whatever sort of nutrient-rich food I had. Her first food was smoked trout.
I love food and feel that it is something that should be enjoyed. I eat whatever I want. I just don't overeat.
I was a poor kid. I came from nothing. We didn't have any money; a lot of times we didn't have any food, and now, all of a sudden, I'm a superhero in a Marvel movie? Talk about the American dream, man – I'm living it.
If I'm going to the gym or the shops to get food, then I don't need to do anything – I'll just put on a pair of sunnies, and that's enough.
I love food, but if I find a restaurant I like in a new city, I can eat every meal there, and sometimes I do… and even sometimes the same dish.
I love food. I'm not a great cook, but I love to cook, and I like how different it is from writing.
I'm not a fan of travel and food shows in general, because I think, a lot of the time, I feel like they're talking down to you.
Omar Benson Miller
My dad gave me the gene to enjoy cooking, and to enjoy consuming good food and wine.
On many days my primary artistic struggle is, in fact, photography because it is harder to do good work with that. I see myself as an observer of the world who has a strong drive to testify, which I can do because I have the privilege of living in New York with enough food to eat and shelter.