Here are the questions:
- When you are in the kitchen cooking (or cleaning), do you have anything playing in the background (i.e.,TV, music, Julia Childs, etc.) while you are completing your tasks? If you are not someone who cooks or does chores in your kitchen, think of another chore or task. While you are doing that task, do you have anything going on in the background?
- What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten that someone cooked for you?
- Thinking of that weird food, did you like it enough to eat it again or get the recipe?
- What’s the food you usually refuse to share?
- Do you use recipes when you cook, or do you have your own way of cooking the food that you love? If you are not the person who cooks in your household, pick a task that has directions/instructions. Do you follow the directions or put them to the side?
- Bonus: Pick three smells in your kitchen that make you happy when you smell them.
Once you have answered all of the questions, be sure to tag it with #EM-SRP and create a pingback to this post.
I used to put on fast moving music when cleaning and as I have written before on my blog, my three kids would groan as they walked in the door after school to hear Neil Diamond belting out the “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show”. It was the “cleaning” song!😀
I only took one bite and then threw it up – a practically raw steak that the landlady put in front of me at a boarding house.
Never! I grew up in New England where all meat was thoroughly cooked till brown and dry.
I never refuse.
I rarely cook anymore. Baking is scary, lifting heavy big pans etc and in a wheelchair I’m sitting too low to cook stovetop much. I only use a recipe if I’ve not cooked it before.
Bacon. Coffee. Brownies. Hamburgers with onion.