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Sweet, sweet and even sweeter! I would prefer dessert for every course. Thank goodness I was blessed with strong teeth!
Savory, no contest. I like my sugar, maple syrup, and fruit. But if you took my soy sauce, olives, crackers, and sichuan noodles it would be murder!
I like both, it depends on what I am cooking. But if I had to make a choice I would savory.
Actually I find this question interesting. Recently I was talking with my tattoo artist about Noodle Kugel and we were arguing this exact point. In the end we agreed that at my next appointment I would make a sweet Kugel and she would make a savory kugel and we would eat them both before tattooing. I must say I enjoyed them both but for vastly different reasons, To me they weren't even the same dish and should have been called different names. On the other hand there are certain items that should only be savory and vice versa. I can not imagine eating a savory birthday cake for example or a sweet lasagna.
Savory, for sure! What a great question. But can I answer, 'Both Please' :-)
well that depends what the dish is, but in general I like sweet, its just so sweet to ignore
I like sweet when I have a craving. I really love savory though. You can do a lot of things with savory. Meat, vegetables, rice, cous cous, eggs, and pasta can all be made into tasty savory dishes. Good question.
Savory every time... unless I'm at my mum's, she makes the best cakes! :-)
All answers voted up. Afterall, how can we possibly not enjoy both sometimes an impossible choice!
Savoury in the morning, some times sweet. Depends on if I am having pancakes. Some times maple syrup and bacon is nice. But you need sunny side up eggs for that. Hehehehehehehehehe Funy question don't you think? Well for a fickle pickle like me anyway. Cheers Felina
As I am a foodie, I like both! As for savory, I like meat-dishes, vegetarian snacks, tasty and healthy home made food. In case of sweet, I have a weakness for Indian sweets, chocolates and cakes!
I like meals with a combination of sweet and savory items like turkey and candied yams or roasted or grilled pork and sweet cinnamon apples,
I must confess to being a bit of a chocoholic with a love of all things savory!!
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