Tagged Again

I've been tagged again! First it was Chile and this time by my nearly a neighbor in the southbay Green Bean.

Thanks Green Bean!

The rules are:

(1) Link to the person that tagged you.

Done.

(2) Post the rules on your blog.

Done.

(3) Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.

1. Food tastes better when eaten with my fingers.
2. I have a thing for little bowls.
3. Recipes were made to be ad-libbed.
4. Bread is better than chocolate.
5. I buy food because it's cute or pretty or has an orphan like quality.
6. None of my eating utensils match.

(4) Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.

1. Alaska/Seattle Eat Local Northwest
2. Australia Gardeners Gastronomy
3. Portland, Oregon Old Dog New Tricks
6. North Hampton Sea Coast Eat Local

You people are next. (If you choose to be.) In any event it was fun visiting your blogs and knowing we are eating local everywhere!

(5) Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.

Okay.

6 comments:

Audrey said...

Hi Katrina,
Thanks for the tag! What a fun idea. I stumbled upon your blog not long ago and am so inspired by your winter salad growing experiment that I may just seed one. Looking forward to more of your posts from the heart of local food country.

trieste said...

How about chocolate with bread? That is my favorite breakfast!

Green Bean said...

Hmmm, I can't go with you on the chocolate thing but I too love little bowls and honestly never follow a recipe - how can you when you are cooking locally. You need to just made adjustments, substitutions and estimates based upon what's in season and such. Anyway, thanks for playing!

Chile said...

I can't agree about the chocolate vs. bread thing either. Small bowls of chocolate mixed up with whatever's on hand...yeah, that'd be fine. In a pinch, I'd even accept bread....with chocolate spread on it. ;-)

kale for sale said...

Audrey - I'm so glad you are excited about the tag. It's my first time tagging anyone. It really is a great feeling to go on the back deck and pick salad. To pick anything for that matter! Good luck seeding.

Trieste - LOL. I'm coming over! (And Happy 30th Birthday!!!!)

green bean - I'm so glad to know another cooking improviser! What I've noticed is that foods from the same season naturally compliment each other. Just another miracle!

Chile - Maybe that's how I get rid of, I mean give away, the last of my winter squash stash - offer it with chocolate!

Green Bean said...

Bleh! Winter squash with chocolate. Even I don't think I could do that. But Chile has a good point, I'd even accept bread with chocolate on it - in a pinch.