21. Your 10 favourite foods
Oh well this is going to be easy as I absolutely LOVE food! I’ve never been able to understand when people say they don’t like trying new foods or they only like one food group/cuisine… it baffles me since there’s so much variety out there for the tasting – quite literally!
So in no particular order…
- Fajitas, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, frijole…
- Lamb dupiaza with garlic rice, garlic naan and mango chutney
- Pret’s tuna and cucumber baguette with a packet of salt and vinegar crisps
- Dim sum
- Afternoon tea (of any variety)
- Cake or the dipping pot from Choccywoccydoodah, with a banana and white chocolate milkshake
- Vegetarian cottage pie
- Chocolate tea cakes – especially the giant ones!
#305: …for tomorrow we die. The world is ending tomorrow! Tell us about your last dinner — the food, your dining companions, the setting, the conversation.
I’m guessing today’s morbid post has taken inspiration from yesterday’s spookiness… Halloween! My last dinner… but there’s so many amazing tasting dishes out there – how could I possibly choose just the one?! So, to combat this I’d have a tapas style feast with Mexican food, Thai, Spanish, British, Italian, Indian, all sorts! To wash it all down, I would either choose a Southern Comfort, lemonade and lime or a strawberry and lime Rekordelig, as they seem to be my firm favourites… or I’d just treat myself and have both. My dining companions would of course be my family and my besties! The setting wouldn’t matter, so long as it was warm and there was enough space for everyone (and the food!). No doubt we’d be reminiscing about the good ol’ days or playing an incredibly silly game, as has become a family get together tradition over the past decade or so.
#198: What’s your favourite part about visiting a new place — the food? The architecture? The people watching?
Hmm… this is tricky! I don’t think I have a favourite as they’re all equally exciting! All of those things make a new adventure truly amazing. Take Barcelona for example… not only do you have the incredible food with its unbelievably fresh fruit and cooked to perfection tapas, but you have the mind-blowing architecture from the ingenious, albeit ahead of his time, Gaudi and amazingly talented street performers to watch (as well as watching the locals go about their day).
I love Barcelona… and Spain in general. I want to go back!