Monday, June 1, 2009

Getting to know you: What is your favorite food?


A simple question, but an interesting one. What do you love to eat?

Assuming you do eat. Perhaps instead, I should ask what you love to absorb through osmosis? Or maybe you don't need to eat at all, but enjoy food vicariously?

Whatever way you gain substenance, we'd like to know: What is your favorite food?

19 comments:

DESTINY said...

Destiny does not need to eat, but Destiny enjoys a good meal once in awhile.

Destiny enjoys a good steak dinner, with roasted potatoes and asparagus. Creme brulee for dessert.

A nice port wine.

It is the wine's Destiny to be imbibed by Destiny.

Aidan said...

I once went nearly a year without eating when Maliquium kept me in that hole. I like food.

Eggs on toast, bacon, Irish sausage, tea with sugar (don't admit that to my cousin Jason who thinks it cures all ills, being British) and about a gallon of milk.

Marc said...

I have to get a part time job just to keep Aidan in milk.

Anonymous said...

Hi Aidan and Marc

I like milk. I like my mom's pot roast.

Shadow

Marenyna said...

Cloud pie. It's a bit like something humans call quiche. A fluffy pie made of eggs, milk and cheese with a topping of mashed potatos.

Candy said...

Bangers and mash. I used to like fish and chips with lots of vinegar and pepper but after a while of just that I got sick of it. I do love my Grandmother's trifle. that's about the only thing I miss. Now I'm in the US I don't know what I'll be eating. I heard that all Americans eat are hot dogs and cokes. Oh yes, and hamburgers. I like milk .

shy said...

"The poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese. "

~G.K. Chesterton

Anonymous said...

Strawberry shortcake. Yummy.

Christine H said...

Candy, you forgot pizza. Americans eat lots and lots of pizza.

Actually, these days everyone I know seems to be on a low carb diet, and all they eat are salads, broccoli and grilled chicken.

Word verification: bangsai. Japanese for "bangers."

Faldur said...

I wouldn't admit it to her, but I'm fond of anything Marenya makes. She's a fair decent cook.

Aidan said...

Shadow
Pot roast sounds awesome about now.

Lunchtime...

Maxwell said...

Bananas

Josiah said...

Hetti was our cook in North Carlina. She taught me her secrets when I was a young lad. So I'd say most anything I make is my favorite.

Near the top of the list are the sourdough loaves, waffles, and pancakes.

Pot roast reminds me of the venison stew I made last winter with carrots and potatoes in the gravy.

Desserts are good too. The gooseberries are starting to bloom. In August I'll make them into a pie. And the blackberries into jam.

At the tip-top of my list though is something I can't make. There is nothing finer than a dram of Scotch from the homeland.

I'm not a very social man, but my cooking skills guarantee company 'round my table. My favorite guest is Chadwick. Or was - until he agreed to handle this lawsuit.

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Peter Brady said...

Pork chops and applesauce

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candy said...

I'm off to visit Josiah!!

David Jace said...

Ah, Life's simple delicacies. One finds it so difficult to choose between the pleasures that tickle the palette.

A fine martini which glides down your throat like liquid fire, stirring the embers of the imagination.

Or perhaps...

A well seasoned roasted pig, turned over the spit by slaves and stolen from the pens of a poor church. (The theft is the best spice upon it.)

Ah, but nothing beats...

A pure soul, marinated in lust until the flesh begs to be torn from the bone and devoured with the same impatient haste of children rushing into adulthood.

~Nezbit from On Common Ground

Anonymous said...

Wow. Yummy!