Kelly the Culinarian: 100th post!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

100th post!

Yay! It's my 100th post. I have a few administrative tasks to take care of this evening. First, if you liked my recipe for cinnamon roll gnocci, please go vote for it. It was a part of the Hay Hay Donna Day contest and you can see the round up of entries and vote here.

Another thing to take care of is that I was tagged by David Hall at Book the Cook. You tag four people to reveal five points of interest with four answers. I can't remember who all has been tagged, but I would like to tag the folks at A Couple of Cooks, Crazy Curry and VeggieGirl.

Four jobs I've had:

1. Dishwasher/hostess at an Irish eatery and pub where my parents have a summer home. I rode my bike, worked ridiculous hours and got paid $3 per hour in cash under the table. I was exhausted and lost my appetite.

2. Cashier, JoAnn Fabrics. For three years, I cut fabric, stocked shelves and took people's money. I could only sew for about two of those years.

3. Copy girl for a patent attorney. I interned for a couple of summers for an attorney in an engineering firm. They treated me really well and I can't say anything but nice things about it, but I mostly made copies, scanned things and did general administrative tasks.

4. Reporting intern. I've covered murder trials, a major health care scandal and some cute features that people seemed to like. My specialties have been: night cops, circuit courts, business, medical, science, gender-specific health and next, politics.

Places I've lived:

1. North Carolina -- I was born in a county where you couldn't buy alcohol

2. Round Rock, Texas -- This was before Dell moved to town. Nice place

3. Buffalo, New York -- We were only there for nine months and all I remember was that it was super cold.

4. Dominican Republic -- We lived there for two years and I could write a book about it

Places I've been on holiday:

1. London -- Cool city, expensive food

2. Egypt -- I spent a month studying at the American University in Cairo. It's an amazing place, everyone should go and see it once

3. Slovenia -- What a beautiful city! The people are so friendly and it's a great place for younger people to go out. I hear there are great resorts there too

4. Belize -- I went on a cruise with my family and this was my favorite spot. We saw ruins and had cashew wine

Four of my favorite foods:
1. Chocolate, any form and I'll be there

2. Sushi -- I just discovered sushi recently and can't get enough of it

3. Tomatoes -- salsa, caprese salads, stuffed tomatoes, I'm all about it

4. Breads -- I am so glad this low-carb thing has passed because I'm a carboholic

Four places I would rather be right now:

1. Home! I miss my family, boyfriend and friends

2. Ireland -- I've never been, but I'd like to see the land of my ancestors

3. A chocolate factory -- lock me in alone and I'd consider it a gift!

4. Italy -- Again, I've never been, but I wouldn't mind eating my way through the countryside

21 comments:

daphne said...

Congratulations!!! 100th post! Well done. =)

Looking forward to more of your food adventures!

Lia said...

finally u did 100th post, congrats ;)

Keep updating ur blog Kelly, am always waiting for it. anyway could u share about low carbo?

Retno Prihadana said...

You look really cool with chocolate fondue :)

Brilliant Asylum said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

tigerfish said...

Congrats on your 100th post!
I love chocolates as much as you. Lock me in a dark chocolate factory instead. :)

East Meets West Kitchen said...

LOL! Love that picture of you with the chocolate fondue. That's something I've always wanted to do, but haven't got to (yet!). Congratulations on your 100th post, and yes, I've placed my vote(s). Good luck!!! :)

David Hall said...

Nice one Kelly. Cashew wine though - tell me more! And congrats on the 100 - I did mine a few weeks back.

Cheers
David

Dr ve Thru said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

Andaliman said...

ahh cashew wine... never heard before. I had lots cashew fruits when I was a kid and it's good for rujak

Meg Wolff said...

Congratulations from Maine! I liked reading your post...good one for your 100th! Enjoyed reading. Thanks.

Barbara said...

Congratulations on 100 posts Kelly.

Nags said...

haha cute pic and nice tag :)

Wandering Chopsticks said...

I had the $8 chocolate buffet at the Sofitel in Saigon and lemme just say, after a while, you can get sick of chocolate.

Psst. Slovenia is a country, not a city.

Shyam said...

Oh, I would definitely recommend a visit to Ireland - I presume you mean the Republic of, not Northern Ireland :)I just LURVE everything to do with the Irish and Ireland. Such gorgeous music/dance and such friendly people and what a lovely sense of humour...! I could keep drivelling on in this vein but I wont :) Just allow me to repeat - Ireland is DEFINITELY worth repeated visits!

stay-at-home mum said...

Congrats on your 100th post. Doing a great job. I love chocolates too!

Jackson said...

congratulations!! Look forward for the 1000 celebrations!!

Sylvia said...

Congratulaions !!I truly enjoy your blog and I believe than I miss one or two post.I love sushi too and I post someday a recipe of vinegar rice.
Nice and different gnocci.

Cynthia said...

Dearest Kelly, hearty congratulations on your 100th post. Keep on blogging my friend.

Nora B. said...

I don't know why my comment didn't appear...

How wonderful that you've reached your 100th post! I enjoyed getting to know more about you. That photo with the fondue foundtain is cool! Have a wonderful trip and I look forward to reading your blog when you get back.

Nancybee said...

I've been to Ireland which is also the land of my ancestors.

I recommend you go one day!

When I saw those rolling-green hills from the sky... it was an overwhelming moment!

VeggieGirl said...

kudos for reaching your 100th post!! how exciting!! and thank you for tagging me for the survey - I enjoyed reading your answers for it! :0)