Getting to know each other 2

I thoroughly enjoyed sharing a few of my culinary likes and dislikes a while ago and was thrilled that some of you did the same.  Thank you Cindy, TandyTesYvette and CannonD. I have put a few more fun questions together.  Again, I won’t be tagging anybody but it would be great if you would copy the questions and fill in your answers on your blog – just for a bit more fun. 🙂  Please link back to me so I don’t miss out on your answers.

1.  What 5 items are always in your fridge?

Milk, butter, eggs, cheese and hot English mustard.

2.  What 5 items are always in your pantry ?

Flour, sugar, oats, baking powder and cocoa.

3.  Do you write a grocery list or do you shop off the cuff?

I always make a list and I always buy more than what is on the list.

4.  What is the most used item/s in your kitchen?

Hands down it would have to be my mugs and kettle – I drink tea all day.

5.  What do you have in your kitchen that may seem strange to other people?

A basket of rose quartz

6.  If you were to enter a Come Dine With Me challenge, what would you cook?

Starter:  My nana’s wonderful carrot soup and melba toast

Mains:  Slow roast Greek lamb, mint jelly, roast vegetables, crispy roast potatoes and gravy

Dessert:  Crème Brûlée and vanilla coffee

Probably all too rich for one sitting but in theory its nice. 🙂

7.  If you could invite any 4 living people in the world to dinner, who would they be?

Nelson Mandela, Alison Botha, Johnny Depp and Dolly Parton.  Talk about a strange mix of people.

8.  What is your favourite breakfast out?

Eggs benedict at my friend Roy’s Rose Garden Tea House  – it is served on potato rosti with crispy bacon – THE BEST!

9.  What one condiment could you not be without?

Hot English mustard

10. Some people seemed to have a problem eating leftovers or reheated food, do you?

Absolutely not, sometimes reheated leftovers can be even nicer the next day.