Saturday, July 12, 2008

condiments

july 12 2008

Saturday Six


1. You order a plate of wings: what’s your first choice: mild, hot, inferno or teriyaki?

Let me say first I never ever would order a plate of wings.
I make them myself far better than anyone can. You can invite me to taste yours, no problem, but I'll never order them.

I like them spicey.
I can deal with hot.
If necessary I'll take inferno to show my bagpipe friends I have no problem eating their taste. LOL!

2. Which makes the best base for barbeque sauce: mustard, vinegar or ketchup?

Ketchup? Ugh!
Vinegar is for cleaning.
Give me mustard, yoghurt, soysauce and some other stuff, and I'm OK.

3. If you could learn the eleven herbs and spices used in Kentucky Fried Chicken, how likely would you be to attempt to make it yourself? Why?

I have no means to compare them as we don't have Kentucky Fried Chicken here.
And when we had? No, I wouldn't attempt it.

4. Take the quiz: Which condiment are you?




You Are Hot Sauce



You are the life of any party, because you're so good at bringing people out of their shell.

You have a knack for helping people happily embrace their true selves.

You are ambitious, driven, and fearless. You love taking risks.



Your taste in food is 100% adventurous.

You're up for sampling any exotic cuisine or someone's kitchen experiments.

You live for trying new things, and you get sick of eating the same food (even if it's very delicious).



5. Of the condiments currently in your refrigerator, which would you say you have used the least in the last year?

Don't know. I guess ketchup and curry sauze.

6. After months of unsuccessful attempts, you finally get the recipe for a food you enjoy. When making it for the first time yourself, you discover an individual ingredient that you hate in everything else. Would you still make the dish with that ingredient, or would you try it without?

Without.
I often find recipes with basil, thyme and those kind of pepperminty herbs.
I never use them as I like the pure taste of the vegatables and meat far better.

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