Four Foods on Friday #16

02/08/2008 @ 9:47 PM | General with 5 Comments | Print This Post

Time to learn more food facts according to me. If you are not interested you can move along. As always be sure to check out Fun Craft and Recipes to join each week and to spread the news so others might join as well.

1. What is your favorite kind of juice to drink?
Hmm, prolly grape or apple.
2. Pizza. What’s your favorite?
Oooo, thick crust with extra extra cheese and hamburger, easy on the sauce.
3. Mustard. Yellow, brown, depends.
Not really a mustard eater but any of them will do, I’m not picky.
4. Share a side dish recipe that uses rice or pasta.
I like making my quick version of pasta primavera. Angel hair pasta. I love those new microwavable steam bags. Throw a bag of broccoli and cauliflower or whatever you like in them with a tablespoon or more of garlic depending on how much you like and steam away. Once it comes out pour some olive oil in and give it a shake then mix that with your pasta. Viola.

Ha, I made it on Friday at least, been a very busy and stressful week.

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    valmg // February 8th, 2008 at 10:53 PM

    That pizza sounds really good right about now.
    I’m just putting up the round up now. Thanks for playing again!
    You’re eligible for an entry into the contest because you played. If you want one just leave a comment on the contest post.

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    skeet // February 9th, 2008 at 4:17 AM

    Oh, I like cheeseburger pizza! That’s yummy stuff! 😀

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    friedo // February 9th, 2008 at 7:09 AM

    i love cheesburger pizaaa toooo

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    Ami-chan // February 9th, 2008 at 8:09 AM

    Hmm, the hamburger pizza sounds really good. We just discovered cheeseburger pizza at our house the other night, cheddar cheese, hamburger and bacon, with half onion seeing as hubbie doesn’t like the onions.
    Man, I shouldn’t be reading these memes before breakfast.

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    corrin // February 9th, 2008 at 9:03 AM

    those steam bags couldn’t be any easier.try the edamame!