Monday, December 17, 2007

A Few of My Favorite Things (Besides Avocado)

  • Cheese balls
  • Storms
  • Chocolate fudge brownie ice cream
  • Cheese Whiz
  • Dharma & Greg
  • Peanut butter
  • String cheese
  • Wyclef Jean's new album
  • Satay
  • Cheesecake
  • The smell of my children
  • Fudge
  • Pepper jack cheese
  • Brown paper packages tied up with strings
  • Food
  • Cheese

7 comments:

Abelard Enigma said...

Cheese balls
Cheese Whiz
String cheese
Cheesecake
Pepper jack cheese
Cheese


I don't really know for sure - but I think I might be detecting a hint of a trend here.

You should try a slice of apple with cheese - delicious! But, it has to be a good apple (like a pink lady or jazz) and a good hard cheese, like jarlsberg. Although a soft cheese, like brie, is also good.

Scot said...

That’s true Abe; it is a very cattle-dependant list.

The smell of my children

There must be some pheromone programming thing that goes on there. I remember as a kid getting bugged at my dad for smelling my hair once, but I do it to my kids now at every hug.

Abelard Enigma said...

I remember as a kid getting bugged at my dad for smelling my hair once, but I do it to my kids now at every hug.

I think it must wear off as they age. My son just came home from college for the holidays. As my wife was leaving to go to work, she instructed me "tell him to wash his clothes - he smells"

[əɪ̯ wʌndɹ̟] said...

I totally agree with you on most of your favourite things (besides avocado - whose position must never be allowed to be usurped).

I do love cheese balls, and indeed all kinds of cheese (and food in general).

However, I am not a huge fan of Dharma and Gret, though I don't hate it. I am more partial to say Will and Grace.

Fudge and satay are both wonderful things (anything with peanuts and/or chocolate is amazing)

The smell of your children...

I cannot say that I've ever smelt your children. So, I cannot weigh in on that one, but I think that if I were to enjoy the smell of your children, it would be inherently creepy. (its totally fine for you)

And I think that apples (granny smith) go well with a nice piece of very old Wisconsin cheddar.

I think it must wear off as they age. My son just came home from college for the holidays. As my wife was leaving to go to work, she instructed me "tell him to wash his clothes - he smells"

He must be straight.

J G-W said...

Mmm. My foster son and I just shared a yummy vegetarian avocado and Swiss cheese and tomato and sprouts sandwich.

Cricket said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

Anonymous said...

balls
fudge cream
Greg
Fudge
jack tied up with strings

mmmmmm