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Day 11: 10 Favorite Foods

Yay! I gets to talk about food! 😋 Ten food images/GIFs coming right up! You’ve been warned. 

1. Pancakes. I can eat it every single day no matter the given time.

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2. Want to know the way to my heart? Let me test your macaroni pie and then we can talk about us being friends. 😃

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3. Nothing like a good old cheese pizza… topped with pineapple, onions, and peppers!

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4. I probably ate a little too much of it this week, but I French fry love you!

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5. Spicy, little spice, a lot of spice… it doesn’t matter how it’s done, Curry will always be done right by my Indian heart.

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6. I also heart Chicken Alfredo! 

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7. Pop that popcorn for it’s my favorite snacking food always. 

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8. Freshly baked croissants smothered with butter or jam and married to a cup of beautiful coffee. 

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9. Donut all day and all week long.

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10. I scream for ice cream! 

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***All images and GIFs via Google Search

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50 Foods #50: Golden Rice

Origin: Switzerland and Germany
Date: 2000
Type: Genetically modified rice

This genetically modified rice is said to help children who suffer from vitamin A deficiency.

Would I eat/drink it?: I do enjoy rice, but this one wouldn’t be on my list anytime soon!

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Well, we’ve come to the end of this gastronomic journey. While the book was interesting, I think some of the foods were not significant. I enjoyed learning about the foods I did not know of and although I know the aim of the book was to focus on foods with a rich historical background concerning wars and myths that messed with the origin of food, I think quite a few important foods were missed. Foods such as croissants, coffee, wine, Philly steak, apples, cheese, and popcorn. History-wise or not, I think they played a HUGE part of food culture. The final rating for this book is…



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I’ll be reviewing 4 memoirs as I dislike them and I want to get them out of the way. One is by Nick Carter, another by Zlatan, an autobio on Messi and a memoir by Derrick Coleman Jr. 

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50 Foods #49: Powdered Milk

Origin: America and other parts of the world
Date: 1990s onwards
Type: Dry milk

I guess everyone is familiar with powdered milk. Back in 1295, the Mongolians boiled milk, when the fat rose to the top they’ll skim it off to make butter. The defatted milk was then left to dry in the sun as reported by Marco Polo. 

Today, powdered milk is spray dried.

Would I eat/drink it?: When I was younger, I used to it eat it with sugar as a treat and drink it in tea, but I haven’t consumed it in years.

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50 Foods #48: Starbucks Coffee

Origin: Seattle
Date: 1971
Type: Coffee shop coffee

What can I say? America runs on coffee. 😉

Would I eat/drink it?: I haven’t been to Starbucks in a long time, but I love their strawberries and crème frappuccino.

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50 Foods #47: Campbell’s Soup

Origin: USA
Date: 1962
Type: Canned soup

Here’s a…

Andy Warhol did individual paintings of all the 32 varieties of the soup Campbell’s were making back then and they are now displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Would I eat/drink it?: I’ve never had canned soup and I don’t intend to start now.

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50 Foods #46: Swanson TV Dinner

Origin: America
Date: 1953
Type: Convenience food

It is now simply Swanson and if you’re too tired or too lazy or simply can’t cook and you own a microwave, then you know what to do. 😉

Would I eat/drink it?: No thank you!

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Food #45: Birds Eye Frozen Fish

Origin: America
Date: 1915
Type: Quick frozen fish

Clarence Birdseye was the man behind this product and Swanson later produced their brand of TV Dinner.

Would I eat/drink it?: I don’t like frozen food.

via Google Images