Sunday, December 26, 2010

Mmmm, food #reverb10

December 26 Soul food. What did you eat this year that you will never forget? What went into your mouth & touched your soul? (Prompt by @mysticflavor)

This is a bad thing to ask me this year.  Especially after my first Christmas (and Thanksgiving and Halloween) where I have had to stay away from things I normally love.  There have been no butter tarts, no mini Wonderbars, no turkey (stupid pre-stuffed birds), no nothing that I love.

So, to think about what food I have eaten that I have loved?

Meh.  If it doesn't have gluten, I'm not interested.

I'm not like many other people I know who love food.  I mean, don't get me wrong, I didn't get to be "hefty" by not loving food, but I'm no connoisseur.  I like plain.  I like boring.  I like un-fancy.  I don't like things I don't recognize or things I get served to me at high end restaurants.  If I'm offered poutine made of: 1) handcut fries, goat cheese and duck gravy, or 2) Burger King fries, gummy cheese curds, and unknown substance gravy; I will choose the Burger King any day.

I also prefer $2 chocolate Easter bunnies from Wal-Mart.

I'm a girl of simple tastes.  Or is that bad tastes?

This year, if you ask what I remember most of the food I've eaten... I guess I would have to say the roasted chicken from Ukraine.

But that might be because I ate it almost every meal for the entire 2 weeks.

It was still good.


  1. Great - now I want a chocolate Easter bunny! Well - I'm sure they will be in the stores next week. : )

  2. Hey, roasted chicken from the Ukraine sounds pretty darn delightful to me! And yeah, my food blog post for Reverb10 was sort of embarrassing... and really leans toward the Manifesting in 2011 part of Reverb10~!

    I am grateful I found you today!!

    Here is where you may read my Reverbs...

  3. Bahaha. Was it the $4 roast chicken from the supermarket with the TOTAL BABE that works there? Because it is seriously delicious.

  4. Amanda: You're likely right. Christmas is done now, after all.

    Julie: It was pretty great.

    Lyn: One of them was!! One was Tanya made. One was from the hotel we stayed at.


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