What should I do with it?
I mean recipe books that look really expensive. :)
In continuation to the classic food topic I posted, I'm also keen on finding out what kind of luxury food do you regard as classic.
(I'm not sure if I used the word luxury correctly, I mean the expensive stuffs that we don't usually eat day to day, only once in a while.)
I drool at the thought of scallops! :P
I'm keen on taking photos of some of the dishes I make, so I wonder if anyone favours a certain site or book that I can refer to.
What are some food classics that you'll never forget or simply love? :)
Does anyone happened to have the same liking as I do? I've recently been surfing about vintage ads and found some of them very interesting, some others are crap.
Here's a Coca Cola ad:
This is a rather random and open-ended question.
Being a foodie, what do you desire most?
Do you see food as an art, master or none?
Does anyone have jokes related to foodies like us? Something that others may not understand?
How do you usually consume your horseradish, or what do you eat it with?
I know some people can go as far as eating it with dark-chocolate.
As a foodie, do drool over pretty food visuals on tv/ads/photos, or are you more concerned about the health, ingredients, preparations, accompanying texts or other things if any?
I'm a semi-techie-foodie person, as far as tech gadgets are concerned, I look in the specs immediately. When it comes to food, I'm always very attracted to pretty visuals. Just wonder how do you react?
I know most horseradish lovers like it as raw and as fresh as possible.
How do you guys prepare your horseradish or what's your favorite brand and best brand?
This is a rather random and open-ended question. Being a foodie, what do you desire most?...