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30 Days of Food

30 Days of Food Blogging Challenge

30 days of food blogging challenge, adapted from A To Za'atar.



#01. Your Favourite Food

Bread and butter.

Bread



#02. Your Favourite Restaurant

I'm not a big foodie or anything, so I don't really have a favourite restaurant. I'd sooner call in the local chippie!

Fish and Chips



#03. What's In Your Fridge?

Not a lot. Shopping day is almost here again...

Inside of the fridge



#04. Your Favourite Chef

Fanny Craddock, obviously.

Fanny Craddock



#05. Your Favourite Meal From Mum

Porridge. Nothing makes me nostalgic like porridge, and nobody makes porridge like my Mum. ♡



#06. Favourite Condiment

Salad cream.



#07. Your Favourite Cook Book

I'm a big fan of retro kids' cook books. Just check out these bad boys! :)

Retro Kids' Cook Books



#08. Favourite Snack

Crisps! I never met a crisp I didn't like enough not to eat it...

crisps



#09. Most Exotic Food You've Tried

I'm not very adventurous... Maybe goat or something?

goat



#10. Favourite Starter

Has to be prawn cocktail. They knew how to live it up in the 1970s.



#11. Favourite Main Course

You can't go wrong with some kind of mix of cheese and pasta.

Pasta



#12. Favourite Dessert

Ice cream - especially the whippy kind. Spinkles and sauce are a definite plus.

Ice Cream



#13. Restaurant You're Desperate to Try

Not a restaurant as such, but I'd love to try an Ice Bar.



#14. Favourite Food TV Show

Does Rosemary and Thyme count?

Rosemary and Thyme



#15. What Are You Best At Cooking?

Toast, though Anthony says I burn it because he believes toast should be slightly warm bread rather than toasted bread. *sigh*

Toast



#16. Dine In or Take Away?

It's nice to go out sometimes, but nothing beats the comforts of home! I mean, you've gotta wear shoes and everything at a restaurant.



#17. Best Hangover Food

Crispy bacon sandwiches. :)



#18. Favourite Drink

Ribena, tea, and strawberry milkshake.

Strawberry Milkshake



#19. Lunch: Make It or Buy It?

In an ideal Pinterest world I'd love making it, complete with cutesy little labels and a pretty lunchbox. In reality I like to pop into Tesco for a sandwich meal deal...



#20. Favourite Food Blog

I don't really follow any in particular.



#21. Where Do You Do Your Food Shopping?

Aldi mostly, supplemented by Morrisons because it's the closest supermarket to us.

(I say this like Aldi itself isn't a fifteen minute walk away... We're spoiled for choice with six major supermarkets in walking distance of our house.)



#22. Favourite Fruit

Kiwi.

Favourite Fruit



#23. Favourite Soup

Tomato. To be honest, it's the only soup I really like.

Tomato Soup



#24. Sweet or Savoury?

I like sweets, don't get me wrong, but savoury is better in my opinion.



#25. Favourite Vegetable

Carrots.

Doctor Carrot



#26. Favourite Fast Food Restaurant

McDonalds, for sure.

McDonalds



#27. Your Favourite Food Memory

Making yorkshire puddings with my Nan for Sunday dinners. They didn't resemble any yorkshire pudding you've ever eaten though. My Nan made them really thick, kind of like cake. If there was any left over we sometimes cut them in half and had jam in the middle like a Victoria Sponge!



#28. What's In Your Freezer?

Slightly more than is in the fridge, but that's not saying much. I spied some ice cream, a chicken and mushroom pie, and some chicken nuggets.



#29. Favourite Breakfast Food

I don't usually eat breakfast, much as I should, but I'd love to live the life of American TV and eat pancakes with syrup every morning.

Pancakes



#30 Your Favourite Seasonal Food

Seeing as I literally just talked about my love of pancakes, I'll go with mince pies instead. I can happily eat one every day from the moment they hit shops. (In, like, October.)



30 Days of Food Blogging Challenge Questions

#01. Your Favourite Food
#02. Your Favourite Restaurant
#03. What's In Your Fridge?
#04. Your Favourite Chef
#05. Your Favourite Meal From Mum
#06. Favourite Condiment
#07. Your Favourite Cook Book
#08. Favourite Snack
#09. Most Exotic Food You've Tried
#10. Favourite Starter
#11. Favourite Main Course
#12. Favourite Dessert
#13. Restaurant You're Desperate to Try
#14. Favourite Food TV Show
#15. What Are You Best At Cooking?
#16. Dine In or Take Away?
#17. Best Hangover Food
#18. Favourite Drink
#19. Lunch: Make It or Buy It?
#20. Favourite Food Blog
#21. Where Do You Do Your Food Shopping?
#22. Favourite Fruit
#23. Favourite Soup
#24. Sweet or Savoury?
#25. Favourite Vegetable
#26. Favourite Fast Food Restaurant
#27. Your Favourite Food Memory
#28. What's In Your Freezer?
#29. Favourite Breakfast Food
#30 Your Favourite Seasonal Food





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