...About me and food.
-My taste buds changed and now I like banana chips and I don't understand. Just look at them. They look shriveled and depressed and disturbingly inedible. But I like them and there's no getting around it.
-I am one of those people who genuinely likes prunes. I think they are a perfect snack and I eat them rather often. Stewed prunes, however, are not okay and should never have been invented.
-Once, I was at a high tea and they served goose pâté (apparently it is considered a delicacy.) Despite the fact that it was the color of death, I was determined to try it. I do not remember any distinct flavor, but I suddenly crunched on something unidentifiable. Being wholly unfamiliar with whether there was supposed to be crunchy bits, that put a speedy end to my endeavors.
-I always, always take my Oreos apart before eating them.
-Trying new and exotic coffee flavors is very exciting for me. My latest favorite is called Kahlua Creme (there is, of course, only the flavoring with no alcohol involved.) The next one I'm going to try (waiting in the cupboard in a temptingly shiny gold bag) is called Texas Pecan. For me, coffee is not just a morning drink. It is an any-time-is-the-perfect-time drink. I have been known to consume it as late as 11pm (not a brilliant thing to do.)
-I could happily live on fruit, vegetables and seafood. And coffee, of course.
-I used to hate sushi but now I like it (my taste buds seem determined to betray me.)
-I believe cereal and milk is an appropriate meal for any time of day. That goes for any other breakfast foods as well.
-When I was little, my sisters, one of our friends and I would make this concoction called glacier pudding. It consisted of crushed Oreos, blue-raspberry jello, and whipped cream. I still can't believe I ate that...and survived.
I think that's enough food facts for now. I hope I didn't permanently ruin your appetite with the glacier pudding.
Have a lovely day full of sunshine rays and glorious smiles.