Tuesday, November 08, 2005
This blog idea was found with Ilva...who in turn found it on Cooking with Amy, who states that she "brazenly bloglifted" it from David Lebowitz. I find myself wondering if he snatched it from somewhere else, too.
I regularly cook "in a box" items: pastas with sauce, rice-a-roni, etc. (in my own defense, I work full time, often while taking college classes, and I have a 5-year-old)
I don't like a ton of sweets. Not that I don't like them, but I don't often crave them.
I wash my mushrooms in running water.
I sometimes judge a person by what they eat.
I am very leery of any food that might be 'old.' As a result, I don't eat many leftovers and am extremely cautious with milk, cream, sour cream and cheese.
I have a bunch of cans of tuna and tomato paste that have just been sitting there. For quite a while.
I really dislike meringue.
I really, REALLY dislike salmon. Yecch.
I don't like to eat caviar, no matter how expensive, because I just don't think it's that good.
I have spices in my cupboard that are more than 6 years old. *sheepishly grins*
I have whisks, pots, pans, colanders, silverware and who knows what else that need to be thrown away and replaced, but I can't bring myself to spend the money.
I have thrown away a dish, in the middle of preparing it, after several things have gone wrong and frustration took over.
My food has to be piping hot. Even if I have to microwave it.
My kitchenaid mixer is stored under my sink.
I get one appliance/gadget/tool obsession after another.
I used to want to collect cookbooks. I recently gave away almost all that I had.
I LOVE CHEESE!
I collect Boxtops for Education from my cans and boxes.
We don't recycle.
These are my confessions, to name a few. Now it's your turn to confess!