Cook

The term Cook may refer to:

  • cook (profession)
  • cook (servant), a servant who cooks food for his or her employer
  • cook (verb), to prepare food, especially by heating
  • cook (verb), to alter financial records ("books") to obscure revenue streams and amounts, often for tax evasion
  • cook (verb), to intercept and alter messages by radio or other means, used in reference to espionage

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Famous quotes containing the word cook:

    I alternate between reading cook books and reading diet books.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    There’s terrific merit in having no sense of humour, no sense of irony, practically no sense of anything at all. If you’re born with these so-called defects you have a very good chance of getting to the top.
    —Peter Cook (b. 1937)

    The rule for hospitality and Irish “help,” is, to have the same dinner every day throughout the year. At last, Mrs. O’Shaughnessy learns to cook it to a nicety, the host learns to carve it, and the guests are well served.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)