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Friday, June 17

Game On: Favorite Foods

This week I told you about my favorite sandwich. So for this week’s game, why don’t you tell me your favorite foods? Snacks, desserts, entrees, whatever you call your favorite foods can qualify.

The more specific the better: don’t say ‘pizza,’ say ‘the Arugula and Gorgonzola pizza from Pizza Rustica in South Beach.’

Give recipes or simple descriptions if you want, for example, my favorite fifth-grade after school snack was ‘Saltine crackers smeared with Skippy peanut butter and dipped in Country Time lemonade mix.’

Tell me what you enjoy, what pleases your mouth.


Same rules apply:
1) First letter of your entry begins with the last letter of the previous entry. You must count the food as one of your favorites.
  • Articles do not count. (Ignore ‘the’ and ‘a.’)
  • Brand names can be used, so can personal names such as ‘Aunt Sherry’s Roadtrip Turkey Sandwiches.’
  • If you want to add a special description, add it as a second line or in parenthesis.
  • Spell out numbers and symbols, example: ‘1 cup cream’ would be appropriate for the letter O for ‘one.’

2) If you want to critique someone’s choice, you have to start by playing your turn, not a suggestion for what their turn should have been. I’ll delete any post that doesn’t move the game forward, vous bâtards.
3) You can place as many entries as you want, but someone else has to go between each of your entries.
4) If two people post a turn off the same entry, the first post will be the path taken. The second post will be ignored. If it gets missed and people start playing off the second post, then just keep the game moving.
5) If someone makes a wrong entry, either by not naming a food item or not beginning with the last letter of the previous, ignore it and take your turn.


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27 Comments:

6/17/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Mom’s Macaroni Salad

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Spider writes:

Deviled eggs with Miracle Whip and Mustard

 


6/17/2005
Blogger jamesdamian writes:

Dolmadakia

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous anna writes:

Almonds, spiced and sugared, from the Hot Nuts cart on the corner of 23rd and 6th Ave. NYC, baby.

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous anna writes:

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6/17/2005
Anonymous Anonymous writes:

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6/17/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Arby's Jamoca Shake

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Escargot with garlic butter.

(The game turned wierdly nasty above. Troubling me. I deleted the posts, and allowed Todd to get us back on the right track.)

 


6/17/2005
Blogger jamesdamian writes:

Ravioli di Portabello

(as experienced at Olive Garden)

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Oatmeal cookies with butterscotch chips

(My grandmother makes these, and when they cool they get very crunchy. I used to eat them until the roof of my mouth was rubbed raw.)

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Sopressa Salami

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Mandy writes:

Sans tomatoes and onion, gyros from the Pizza House.

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Elvis' favorite - peanut butter, honey, and bannana sandwhich.

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Huevos Rancheros

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous Another Dan writes:

Shawarma - The Arabian Taco

http://www.gomideast.com/articles/shw1.htm

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous Anna writes:

Olives stuffed with blue cheese.

(http://www.foodlocker.com/37084-6.html)

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Egg Cremes with frozen fruit

(Put 2 cups skim milk, 2 raw eggs, a banana, one tablespoon suger, and a cup of frozen berries in a blender and turn it on until it is blended and frothy. I've been using strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries this summer. I'm having 4 or 5 of them a week.)

(And yes, I'm aware there is no cream in this egg creme, but if there were, I might feel odd about drinking so many of them.)

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous Another Dan writes:

Ethiopian Kay Watt

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous Another Dan writes:

Tilipia

http://ag.arizona.edu/azaqua/ista/recipes.htm

should have hit refresh before posting Ethiopian Kay Watt--sorry

 


6/17/2005
Anonymous Another Dan writes:

Tilapia

I can't type either--note corrected version--although it has no impact on the game

 


6/17/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Apples and Honey

 


6/18/2005
Blogger jamesdamian writes:

Yams (Candied)

 


6/18/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Silly String Cheese

 


6/18/2005
Blogger jamesdamian writes:

Egg Salad Sandwich on Rye

(at TooJay's Deli [South Florida thing]. I love that place. There needs to be one whereever I am at all times.)

 


6/18/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Empanadas with guava

 


6/20/2005
Blogger Bewareoftheblog writes:

Apricots dried and dipped in chocolate

 


6/21/2005
Anonymous Anonymous writes:

Eclairs with real whipped cream

 


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