Share Your World – 2014 Week 50

Do you have a signature dish? If not is there one in your family? I think I go through phases of signature dishes, rather than just having one dish that I rely on repeatedly. I haven’t made it in ages but a family favourite is chicken and leek stew, my mum sometimes makes it into a pie as well. If I’m going somewhere and I have to take food with me, I will usually bake bread if I have time although the last couple of times I did that I took focaccia instead of plain bread rolls as the focaccia dough is easier to knead. Even more recently my signature food is not really a dish, but my lemon marmalade, which everyone seems to like.lemon marmalade

Do you have a favorite board game? I haven’t played in several years but I used to really enjoy playing Carcassonne and building an empire.

Is there a household chore that you enjoy? A lot of people would probably think I’m a freak but I actually enjoy doing the supermarket shopping and cooking.

 What is one thing you will never care about? There are many things that I will never care about, one of them is how the inside of a computer works – as long as it works I’m happy. (Sorry to my love)

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? I’m grateful for a relaxed and enjoyable Christmas celebration with my in-laws and I’m looking forward to catching up with my own family in a different city in the week coming up.

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11 thoughts on “Share Your World – 2014 Week 50

  1. I’ve never heard of lemon marmalade, only orange. I imagine it is good, though! I appreciate people who like to grocery shop and cook. I used to like doing that, but not so much now. Enjoy your family time.

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