Found these questions in one of my favorite blogs and thought it would be fun to see how I feel now about food and read them in a year or so to see how my answers changed. You can try to make your own food list too if you like!
What was the last thing you ate?
A homemade spicy fish soup with coconut milk, very strange but delicious taste!
Your last meal, if you could choose?
A Jack Daniels burger with potato fries, a chocolate brownie with ice cream and a cappuccino.
Best food city?
Athens (there’s no place like home), then Milan.
Best meal at a restaurant?
Creamy eggplant mouse at a restaurant called “La Rom’Antique” in Orange, France. I have tried many recipe to replicate the dish, but they turned out too heavy instead of delicate.
Fruits with yogurt.
What caused your most recent hangover?
Food you love to have around?
Bananas, apples, pears plain yogurt, tahini, honey, any kind of pasta, tomato sauce, onions, parmesan, frozen smoothie packs, almonds, walnuts and dried figs. I could live with only that.
What’s for dinner tonight?
An Italian friend is making vegetarian lasagna. It’s his signature recipe and I cannot wait to try it.
Food you hate?
Nothing really. Oh wait, maybe Bounties.
Desert island dessert?
A waffle with ice cream and that chocolate sirup that freezes on top of the ice cream.
A typical elementary school lunch?
Crispy bread with cream cheese and smoked salmon or turkey. I hated it so much, because the other kids got money to buy chips and chocolates instead.
What’s the weirdest thing in your fridge?
Leftover beetroot salad with feta cheese from last week (it has to go really bad before I admit that I hated it and throw it away), 3 packages of phyllo dough and 2 kilo of Edam. That happens after a visit to Sweden.
In your vegetable drawer?
2 lemons from my mother’s garden that came in a package from Greece, carrots, tomatoes, onions and Chinese cabbage.
Edam and some cream cheese. I used to have some feta cheese too, but this goes way too fast.
Best place for grocery shopping?
Meny (the supermarket with the largest selection of food in Norway), the Turkish, Tunisian and Asian stores in the city and the fish market.
Food you wish you were allergic to?
Nothing. I believe that there is a great recipe for all every strange tasting ingredient.
Who can eat off your plate?
Nobody. I want to enjoy my food and not hurry and the thought that someone can eat my food before I do makes me stressed. Anyone can finish off my plate when I’m done though.