A photo from my last trip to the Yingge Ceramic Museum, just because.
Since many of you seem to enjoy finding out “more about me,” I am joining in Cee’s weekly SHARE YOUR WORLD challenge.
Here are this week’s questions along with my answers.
Do you prefer ketchup or mustard?
I don’t use much of either. I use ketchup on the rare occasions that I have a hot dog. Ketchup and dill pickles. On occasion, I might have ketchup on a hamburger, but I’m more likely to use mayonnaise with lettuce and tomato.
I like a little mustard on a ham sandwich and as a condiment in potato salad.
If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?
Most likely a romantic-comedy, but it would be more likely a musical with several dance numbers. 🙂
If you could be given any gift what would it be?
A year-long stay at a quilting/art colony with a fully stocked studio and access to fabric, as well as a couple other artists to brainstorm and collaborate with. But I could still be ecstatic with a month or two. 🙂
For potlucks or parties do you cook it yourself, buy from a grocery store, or pay for catering?
At this point in time, my husband is the one who makes things when we go somewhere. But my favorite potluck story is from the mid-80s, when I rode a bus to my job at the University of Washington in Seattle. Potlucks were a bit of a challenge because I didn’t want to haul a lot of stuff with me, and keeping things hot or cold, depending on what they were could be an issue. So I came up with my bus-friendly go to dish that I took to every potluck we had while I worked there. It was easy, and it was a hit. It involved the grocery store and assembling it after I was at work.
Peas and peanut salad.
1. From home I brought an unbreakable serving bowl, some plastic wrap, and a serving/mixing spoon.
2. I left about 15 minutes early for my walk to the bus stop, so I could stop at the grocery store (1 block from grocery store).
3. Pick up three ingredients at the grocery store: a bag of spanish peanuts, a bag of frozen peas, a container of sour cream.
4. Catch the bus to work as usual.
5. The peas thaw while keeping the sour cream cool.
6. About 10:30, combine all three ingredients in the bowl. Cover with plastic wrap.
7. When it’s time to set food up, remove plastic wrap, stir to mix one more time, and serve.
Bonus: since this salad was a big hit, it would all get eaten. I would just rinse out the bowl and spoon, and bring them home. Easy! 🙂
Thanks to Cee for another interesting set of questions. If you want to join in, here is the link: http://ceenphotography.com/2014/08/11/share-your-world-2014-week-32/