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|Of course hewasn't stupid, just bitter.Hisattitude toward lifewas summedupby a |
Sam Goldwyn quote: “You've got to take the bitter with the sour.” I understand this
Yiddish sense of life as a travail to endure and mock. But my father's feelings ...
|“Once you get comfortable with the framework of how these things play together, |
99 percent of the time, you will have it!” Rosengarten promises. Given the four
basic taste components that the tongue can perceive (i.e., sweet, sour, bitter, salt)
|guidance, except in the single case of cloves, when — to see if Conway would |
take a hint — I asked if it tasted like spice and he ... you've got some Cayenne
down my throat, I know. ... Mrs. Sidgwick said, "Is it cool, hot, sour, acid, dry, or
|guidance,except in the single case of cloves, when — to see if Conway would |
take a hint — I asked if it tasted like ... You've got some Cayenne down my throat,
I know. ... Mrs. Sidgwick said, "Is it cool, hot, sour, acid, dry, or bitter 2" "Hot, dry.
|They use the bitterness of alcohol as a third counterpoint to sweet and sour. Take |
the most popular cocktail in America: the margarita. ... “You've got salt and acid
that you keep amping up in a vinaigrette until it hits this crescendo offlavor.
|“And if you were from around here, you'd know that they've been that way for |
about fifty years.” She was going to refuse the gift, but it occurred to her that
Walter might be hungry. He'd been here ... He's trying to get to the bottom of this.”
“No theory. ... You're the proud owner of a half-dozen sour cream doughnuts.” “
You really ...
|After he was gone, I sat at the table for a few more minutes, taking in deep, even |
breaths and pressing my forehead into my palms. I could smell the cheese on my
fingers, and it made the taste in the back of my throat go sour. I knew I should've
been happy that he was back, but all I could think was, Things have been so calm
around here without him. I also thought ... "You're late for school!" I'd punched ...
|You're not made for the bitter, sour-tasting, rootless life of people like me. You |
haven't got the daring, you haven't got the anger, all you've got is youthful
courage and youthful fervour— and that's not ... The dust we kick up'll eat out your
eyes, our mud'll get all over you, but you — you're not as grown up as we are, you
|If you've been single a long time and have been disappointed over and over |
again in relationships, you may have a chip on your shoulder (like Carol did) that
is noticeable to everyone ... But at the risk of sounding harsh, I have to tell you
frankly: face it, fix it, and yes, willfully choose to get over it—whatever “it” is. ...
Believe me, if you are bitter and sour, you will not attract the positive result you
|In other words: “I may have been cheated in a business deal, but I'm not bitter. I'm |
not sour. I know that didn't happen to me. ... No, you've got to shake that off and
say, “I may have brought trouble upon myself, but I know God's mercy is bigger
than any ... When you have the right perspective, you take away all the power.