Tuesday, February 26, 2008

More Food for Thought

Due to my appropriateness problem of yesterday, I'm sending you over to Gabi's blog where you can see I do more than just comment and then post about my comments: http://thegabblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/seven-questionsfeeding-masses_26.html.

Bon Appetit!

17 comments:

gab said...

Thanks for being a good sport! Doing these little interviews is so fun for me...

WyniaFamily said...

When I was reading your "interview" I thought I was the one answering the questions! Have you checked out my recipe link? My sister's have amazing recipes, and they are all on there, well, they are adding more everyday! Let me know if you try something, and like it!

Bridget said...

I wish I were your neighbor. I would conveniently drop by during dinner time to oh, I dunno, borrow an egg. Then proceed to ask 'what is that that smells so good?'.....oh, sure I'd love to try some, I'd reply. That's how it would go.

Elizabeth Caldwell said...

I see you mentioned curries! I have some really wonderful Indian cookbooks - we LOVE curries at my house. Let me know if you ever want to borrow one to copy out of!

One of my most very favorite side dishes is curried cauliflower.... mmmmmmmmm

Lauren said...

I am headed over!

Paige said...

Love that you linked that! Great idea.

The MomBabe said...

You, my dear, are amazing. Great Interview!

WyniaFamily said...

I am sure you have been tagged before, but I tagged you again, because I love reading your blog! Have you already done this one?

Lauren said...

I'm baaaaaack.
I loved that interview. I think you are truly inspirational. I have a question about dinner together as a family. Does your town do soccer and other extra-cirricular sports on weekends or on weeknights, too? If the sports are on weeknights...do you eat before or after sporting events? I have been thinking so much about Elder Oaks counsel the last couple of times I have heard him speak and about the importance of family dinner. Dinner together is so important to us, and with Mike having meetings and Evan having Cub Scouts and the boys having sports, etc. I feel like I am cramming food (sometimes literally) down everyone's throats. I want to re-claim the family dinner hour and I am not sure how. If you get the chance will you comment back here or e-mail me at mp_marshman@yahoo.com? I could use some sage advice. I have thought of telling the boys they can't do any outside sports, but I am not sure that is the answer, either.

I am so excited to see your recipe links! Are you going to put them on your sidebar?

Please know that I truly KNOW you are busy and you can't be all things to all people...so answer me when and if, you get the chance. Just know, my sanity and spirituality depends on your reply.No Pressure...heh, heh, a bit of sarcasm there...heh, heh, heh...

rubberbandgirl said...

Wow! What those comments won't do for your ego! Now THAT'S a friend.

TexasTwinsTwice said...

GREAT interview--very inspiring. I love that Allrecipes.com site too. No need for a cookbook--my computer is near my kitchen. Can't call myself a good cook yet tho!

Erika said...

okay - you're the best blogger. i need help - head over to mine. ps: you need to make my name appear in the "people we've known since college part" hello - I thought our time together was memorable.

aric & jess said...

How lucky am I to be friends with a celebrity!

Look out Rachel Ray!

zeeny said...

what a fun interview! I always love seeing the fun meals you make!

katie said...

okay okay... we believe you.

;)

Christie said...

Loved your interview! Good stuff there, Miss Chef. We need you to teach a class at Blogapalooza on why we should cook for our families.

Ellie said...

You're totally blog famous. People quote you for entire entries.