Tuesday, June 23, 2009

An Interview or Two

Remember the manicotti. Remember the questions at the bottom of that post. Well, the lovely Linda of Meadowview Thymes responded with a post for us. She has answered the questions and shared some recipes that sound really good. Go on over and check it out.

Just after I hit the publish post on this, I discovered that Miss Nola of Alamo North also responded to my interview questions with her own post. Thanks Nola.

Now here is what we had for lunch

French bread topped with butter, garlic, chopped heirloom tomatoes (Avivvvi again) and mozzarella cheese toasted.

This was Teenage Monkey approved.

If you like to cook and would like to play along with my interview game, here are the questions.

At what age did you begin cooking?
Who taught you?
What type of food is your favorite?
Where to you get your best ingredients?
Do you know any cooking tricks?
Will you share a recipe?

Got to go now, Teenage Monkey is begging for more french bread lunch toast.


  1. Oh, yum, how long will it take me to drive over? Never mind, the monkeys will have it all eaten by then! Can't wait to see everyone's recipes!

  2. That sounds good Debbi!
    I just read Nola's blog-- how great was that! Loved all her pictures. I can't remember why you needed to do interviews, but it was fun..

  3. Ha! I'll post my answers over at Poor Richard's Almanac tomorrow a.m. And yes, it's hard to beat French bread, cheese, and fresh heirloom tomatoes!!!---Silence

  4. Oh yummy! That sounds good. It may be a while before I can get around to answering those questions, company again this weekend so lots of cleaning to be done still. Plus gardening, finishing decks, staining,... Now I'll need to start looking for some good tomato recipes for in a month or so too!

  5. Nola, They ate it all.

    Linda, Nola and you both did a great job. Thanks.

    Silence, read yours this morning. Very nice thank you.

    Cinj, if you get to it, great. Enjoy your family.