Last week, Joanna, who’s blogging over Another House Blog, published her food list. I had so much fun reading her answers that I decided to take the quiz too. If you don’t know Joanna’s blog yet, go check it out, it is part of my daily blog reading.
What was the last thing you ate?
It was breakfast: strawberry yogurt + crunchy peanut butter on a multigrain toast + banana + orange juice.
Your last meal, if you could choose?
Best food city?
I gotta say that everything I ate while being on the French Riviera was de-li-ci-ous, especially that amazing tiramisu in Ventimiglia, Italy. We also have amazing restaurants here in Québec City, it’s a great place to be for any foodie!
Best meal at a restaurant?
I am rarely disappointed when I go to a restaurant. Maybe it’s because I pick only the good ones?! I eat in restaurants every week, but the most recent exquisite experience was at La Planque for my 30th birthday. More than delicious, my mouth still waters just thinking about that amazing piece of meat!
A piece of chocolate with fleur de sel.
What caused your most recent hangover?
A mix of too many gin + tonic and shooters a.k.a. a typical Saturday night out with the girls!
Food you love to have around?
I always have on hand pasta, lemons, fresh herbs, garlic, passata (tomato purée), cheeses and chocolate.
What’s for dinner tonight?
A fresh seafood salad.
Food you hate?
Sushi. I don’t know why, because I could eat every component separately, but the seaweed always rolls in my mouth.
Desert island dessert?
It would certainly include some ice cream with chocolate and tropical fruits. And a little paper umbrella on top!
A typical elementary school lunch?
I was lucky enough to go back home every day for lunch and eat something my mom had cooked for me and her. AND I could watch The Flinstones before going back to school!
What’s the weirdest thing in your fridge?
I clean my fridge regularly to avoid having weird things in it!
In your vegetable drawer?
Baby carrots, mixed greens, mushrooms and bell peppers.
Mozzarella, cheddar, parmigiano reggiano and feta.
Best place for grocery shopping?
I like shopping at specialty shops when it comes for my food. It makes my shopping longer, but everything is so much fresh and appetizing in comparison to what we find at the supermarket. During summertime, I love going to the outdoor market to get fresh fruits and veggies and all kind of products.
Food you wish you were allergic to?
Absolutely nothing, I couldn’t live with an allergy or any intolerance. I hope I never develop one.
Who can eat off your plate?
No one except my friend Catherine with whom I share my food + cooking passion. And maybe my next boyfriend. If he’s kind enough!