Fill in the Blank Friday

I couldn't think of anything to post about today. Maybe I am in some sort of writer's block and that is why I haven't made it past page 3 of my 7 page paper on Multiculturalism and Art Education. Thanks to The Little Things We Do blog for giving me something to post...and another excuse to not finish my paper.



1.  If I could choose my last meal it would be      sushi, Johnny's pizza, and Tres Leche cake. If it is my last meal I am hitting up everything   .

2.  My favorite person to share a meal with is      Gabby    because,     when we haven't seen each other in a long time we tend to eat Mexican food and gossip like high school kids. Fun times   .

3.  The best meal I've ever had was       Two Big Macs, a large fry, and an orange drink when I got back from England. I was sick and throwing up the whole trip so I barely ate, plus the mad cow issue had only veggie burgers floating around that place at the time. I was so happy to have an American McDonald's again...British McDonald's doesn't taste as good  .

4.  The one food that makes me feel instantly better when I'm having a bad day is      peanut butter balls .

5.  My absolute specialty in the kitchen is     My pasta is one of my favorite thing, surprisingly I've never put it on the blog. I make some darn hot wings and whole wheat pizza though   .

6.  The city that has the best food is      like I said I love London but hate the food. I'll have to push a chef I really like for a second though and say Monroe{cause I am drawing a blank}     and my favorite restaurant there is       Sage{Monroe} or Bistro{Ruston} they are owned by the same people and have the same chefs. I worked at Sage for a year and grew to love all sorts of things I would never have thought to order. But when I am craving sushi in Monroe I go to Samurai.    

7.  My favorite healthy snack is      hummus and whole wheat pita chips      .

8.  In my opinion the nationality which has the best food is     Hispanic, and I'm not talking about cookie cutter Mexican restaurants, I love the home cooked Spanish and Honduran dishes a friend of mine taught me to make     .

9.  If I could learn to cook anything in the world (and be really good at it!) I'd choose      French. It is so complicated but just looks amazing. I have a Julia Child book I look at but never attempt to pick a recipe to make    .

10.  The most outrageous dessert I've ever had was     The cake Jeremy had made for me for my birthday or Valentine's Day one year. It was so good, but I think I gained 5 pounds after I was done with it.       .