Well, Terri, I have to agree with you about your choice and how important the topic of food is! So, in honor of National Frozen Yogurt Day, we grab the questions from Terri for the Wednesday Medley and share your answers with us!
1. Today, Wednesday, February 6th, is Frozen Yogurt Day! A cold dessert on what must be a very cold day for most of you reading this today! Do you enjoy frozen yogurt? Does it matter what the weather is? Share with us your favorite flavor and/or topping, please!!
So maybe the creator was from a southern state? I like frozen yogurt occasionally, but I prefer ice cream. Hot fudge on top?
2. What food do you know you shouldn't eat but can't help yourself?
Maybe hot fudge sundaes or some kind of chocolate cake or brownie with ice cream and hot fudge on top. Oh mercy! I love bread pudding with vanilla sauce. Yum, yum! And some coconut cream pie.
3. If your life was a meal, what kind of meal would it be?
Can’t we pick more than one? Okay, okay. A meat like roast beef or fried chicken surrounded with mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans or peas, carrots, onions and yeast rolls. (Maybe a turkey dinner with all those wonderful side dishes!)
4. Do you like spicy food? I Do!
Why or why not?
Because it clears out my sinuses? I love Mexican food. What is the spiciest food you have ever eaten?
5. (Most of you know I have been sick with a cold.) What food do you eat or crave when you have a bad cold?
Chicken noodle soup since I never can taste anything when I have a cold. Chicken noodle soup just feels good going down.
6. Please tell us something random about your week (and maybe it will involve food).
Yes, doesn’t it always involve food! We had a wonderful birthday celebration for our daughter-in-Law, Amy. Her birthday is today and I haven’t yet posted pictures of our trip to Medieval Times. That was her birthday wish and we had a wonderful time. The food was good, but it was all food to be eaten with your fingers.
I drink any alcoholic beverages, but that afternoon, ale just seemed appropriate to drink since we were pretending to be in the days of yore. I ordered a shiner bock (no idea what that was) and took a few sips before I felt wasteful since I knew I couldn’t drink it. During the ride home, I mentioned something to the effect of I shouldn’t have gotten the beer, to which Kate replied, “Nonnie, are you drunk?” That just struck everybody funny and we had a good laugh.
Happy Birthday, Amy!
We love you!