I like apples, the crunchier the better and a little tart. In traveling I met the Empire Apple and I really do like it. When I was little I loved what mama called a cooking apple. I was never a fan of cooked apples unless they were in a pie. Grapes, cherries, blackberries and strawberries just to name a few fruits I LIKE!
NOW, TODAY, I read where apples can be bad for you because of the pesticides. Shucks, I cannot win for losing. Maybe if I stick to green apples and salt, before they have a chance to see pesticides.
I like green beans, carrots, celery, squash, cucumbers, broccoli, cabbage I know I like a bunch of them raw.
Hey I like watermelons and cantaloupes.
I like most nuts (even some nutty people!)
I like peanut butter.
I like either honey, jelly and molasses mixed with butter and eaten with a hot biscuit.
I like strong black coffee in my favorite cup from Boot Hill in Dodge City.
I like old cowboy movies.
I love to see horses, they give me a good feeling.
I like sampling foods from the different areas we visit, especially if they have a specialty.
If eating at a buffet, I like fewer items, especially if the business is slow. (My mind asks, how can you keep 99 items fresh and serve 40 people a day?)
I love eggs (I do not eat many) but I think an egg fried sunny side up is beautiful.
Some folk will not understand, but I like Taco Bell for Mexican food, as compared to a sit-down and be served restaurant.
I like Oriental food, but my favorite international food is Italian (and I honestly do not know too many dish names.)
I really do like a lot of foods, but it is hard to beat pinto beans and cornbread or cornbread and milk (and I am a little odd, I like some chopped onion in the mix)
And your favorite food is?
Your favorite international food is?