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Question: What’s your favourite food? From Anon.
Finally, a nice easy question that didn’t even require a moment to think.
I am seriously into chocolate.
By that I don’t mean I just eat a lot of chocolate (although that is probably true as well) but I mean that I actively seek out and try different types and kinds of chocolate. White, milk or dark doesn’t matter but I love going to shops that have a wide range of brands of chocolate from different factories and let you try the different consistencies and flavours as well as fillings before you make a purchase.
That said, I’m not one of those chocolate snobs that won’t just go to the shop and by a bar or block of chocolate. Trust me, if it is chocolate, even if it isn’t good chocolate, I’m probably going to enjoy eating it. The exception to that rule is chocolate that has chunks of nuts in it. While I don’t mind things that have nuts crushed very finely, I don’t like biting into pieces of nut.
The other thing I love is making use of chocolate in normal cooking. Nutella in chicken is actually pretty amazing (don’t knock it until you try it) and using chocolate in gravy or similar can really add something to a meal. That’s why I was over the moon in the curry cooking episode of Black Butler when Sebastian used chocolate in the curry (and the curry cooking episodes was perhaps my least favourite in season 1, but the use of chocolate was appreciated).
So yes, seriously into chocolate. If chocolate wasn’t an option I would then have to go with cheese. I really like cheese.
Alright, let’s make everyone hungry and share our favourite foods in the comments below.
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