Friday, July 27, 2007

five things for five days.

Every night (or day, whenever I get the chance) for the next five days I will post 5 things about myself. Tonight I am posting my favourite five things to eat.

Favourite 5 things to eat.

1 Pizza. At the moment we are eating a lot of pizza. I got a recipe for a dough that is really easy and I have been making that and copying the pizza shops toppings. Because I am making the pizza I put heaps more topping on and they are yummy.

2. Chocolate. I don't think this needs any explaination. Who doesn't like Chocolate? Steve and I usually have some secret stash of chocolate that the children don't know about.

3. Licorice. I really like soft licorice. I also like chocolate bullets (chocolate covered licorice).

4. Spaghetti Boglanaise. Yum. I like this so much that Steve got sick of it in the first year of marriage. (A little secret. I don't think the way we aussies eat spaghetti Boglanaise is the way that it was cooked by the italians).

5. Honeycomb Icecream. This is a kraft recipe. I make it for special occasions only.

Tune in tomorrow for my favourite five things to do.

I would love to hear others favourite five. things to eat.
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