Mmmmm - food. Some of my favorite memories are of the large Italian family dinners that lasted for hours. The women and some of the men in the family were superb cooks with a large store of recipes many of them generations old. The food washed down with a good red wine left all in a pleasant, sated stupor.....hmmm – I think I need a snack.
I wasn't sure if I had responded to this already. My favorite food is barbecued pork, or any kind of pasta. Also, sweet potato fries are tasty. And, I love Thai food. And chocolate cake. I could go on and on. I like too many different kinds of food.
As far as drinks go, I like well made cappuccinos, and black tea lemonade. I also like wheat beer. I like water. I can drink regular coffee, preferably a dark roast, with cream and sugar. I like warm apple cider, and hot chocolate.
Hi, I'm Brian, atheist since 1954 when my 4th grade teacher told us we had to add "under god" to the pledge and I started to think about that. (A precociously anti-authoritarian brat, I was.) My reading and thinking over the last 55 years has but confirmed that youthful decision. I'm totally "out" in Buffalo, N.Y., wearing atheist and anti-religion t and sweat shirts all the time. A retired high school teacher of English, I delight in being yore basik speling and grammer natsi.
My basic food groups are cheap whiskey and cigars.
Tea and Lemonade mix...that's awesome. I love it.
As a friend of mine put it: "You only know that you've had enough coffee when you can thread a sewing machine without it stopping"!
I'm a devout carnivore, steak and chips please.
Thanks for the invite! It's hard to pin it down to one food and drink, so I'll put a new favorite for each, both of which should be consumed in moderation.
* Preacher's collar (a beer blend combining Belgian beer and pear cider, I ordered it mostly for its name but was pleasantly surprised)
* Peanut butter Snickers (what could be better than peanut butter, chocolate, nougat, and caramel all rolled into one?)
I'll have to try out some of the other foods mentioned in the thread!
Yeah, I'm eccentric by ANY standard and also prone to nasty bites from the "black dog." I sympathize, empathize, and encourage keepin' on keepin' on, as they used to say.
If I can't mock and sneer at it, is it important?