Everyone has been wonderful giving great insight about foods, I thought I would toss this last question out there.
If you are what you eat, what would you be?
Personally, I think I would be a White Chocolate Mocha Latte or a baked potatoe
Today I am waging war with a very painful kidney stone. I suspect I'll be very heavily medicated or hospitalized before the day is out so please forgive me if I cannot check or comment on the thread for a day or two. Make no mistake - I will be back and looking forward to the posts
Thank you, Holly
I'd be delicious.
But h.a.borcich, can you publish a list of what you eat so we can avoid getting kidney stones too?
I hope you're better by the time you read these posts, though.
SWEET. I am known for sweets. People are amazed I'm not BIGGER than I am. (average 80kg)Not much for a man of my age and stature.
Kentucky Fried Chicken. MMmmmm.... I'm finger licking good! hahaha
I would be a slice of either fresh peach pie a la mode, or fresh blackberry pie a la mode. It's a toss-up! (don't toss the pie up!)
I probably eat frozen mixed vegetables more than anything - pretty boring. If I was what I drink, I'd be very caffeinated.
Some of my Hubs do talk about healthy eating etc., but I'm one of the lucky ones and the rules don't apply to me ... If I were what I eat, I'd be a bar of chocolate.
Then I am French and fried. Funny, quite close actually. hmm. must think about that awhile and hope I can ketch Up
You're so bad, Kim. No..you're more like a cherry pie.
Or how 'bout a nice fresh, homemade apple pie. I'll make it, send you one. I am good with pastry.
I would have to be a Cesar Salad and heavy on the garlic.
sweet, juicy, sour & tart
full of color
full of body & just ripe firm before being tossed into the compost pile.
Mango, potato, rice, fish, chicken .................................................................
A red hot chili pepper! Or maybe rum raisin ice cream
Although I've been called a "banana" by some not-so-nice Asians (yellow on the outside, white on the inside)
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