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What did you eat today?
Home-made banana bread for breakfast and home-made chicken soup for lunch. For dinner, my mom was trying out a new recipe from Serious Eats, The Ultimate King Ranch Casserole.
What do you never eat?
Eggs— well, I eat them in things, like cookie and cakes, but I just can’t stomach eggs by themselves. I really wish I liked them, but I just don’t!
What is your personal specialty?
I love to make a big home-made Italian dinner “feast” from scratch; garlic bread and Caesar salad, with Chicken Picatta and angel hair, Spaghetti Bolognese or some sort of other delicious pasta creation.
Complete this sentence: In my refrigerator, you will always find:
Siracha, yogurt, milk and some bananas in the freezer for my morning breakfast smoothie.
What is your weekday meal standby?
A smoothie for breakfast almost every week day. Does that count?
What is your favourite kitchen item?
My Henckels Chef’s knife, but I also really love any sort of tiny kitchen utensil, like my tiny whisk or spatula. Cute and functional!
World ends tomorrow. Describe your last meal.
My mom’s prime rib dinner complete with mashed potatoes, gravy and yorkshire pudding. For dessert, probably my mom’s homemade hot fudge sauce over vanilla ice cream.
Where do you eat out most frequently?
Probably La Pagode for Vietnamese food.
Where’s the best place to eat in Edmonton?
Right now, I would say Corso 32 and Sofra are my favourites.
If you weren’t limited by geography, where and what would you eat?
I really want to go everywhere and eat everything, but if I had to pick just one thing right now I would go to the little Trattoria we called “Mario’s” in Cortona, Italy. I did a semester abroad in Italy and I think Mario’s might have had the best food in all of Italy. So simple and delicious! I would order the Spaghetti Aglione, Tiramisu and nice big glass of red wine.
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