I think anti-Semitism is the meal ticket of the organizations that fight it.
I really don't have a favorite meal. I eat anything.
I balance my meals. I have never been a big dessert guy.
As a kid, there was a painting of 'Appeal to the Great Spirit' that I would see when I would get oatmeal bowls out of the cupboard. This painting, it was so real to me that it frightened me.
I eat all of the time... at least five little meals a day.
I was too thin. I was working all the time, not eating at home. Spaghetti bolognese on planes. Ugh. Now most of my meals I cook for myself with organic ingredients.
I see groups that are hot one minute, and next time you see them, they're asking if you want a soda with that Happy Meal.
You give the reader a sense of a full meal.
Happiness? A good cigar, a good meal, a good cigar and a good woman - or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle.
When it comes to meals, there's always a fantastic choice on British Airways.
I get meals when I can, or I have protein shakes.
And strictly forbid that any quarrelling be at your meals.
I have never cooked a meal in my life and always end up paying for dozens of people to eat with me.
In theatre, there's no time for a proper meal.
When you travel so many weeks a year, it's always nice to have a home-cooked meal.
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