Twitter Updates 09-13-10

Picky comes in many forms.

I’m more picky about where I eat than what I eat. For instance, I love spaghetti, as long as it’s homemade. At an Italian restaurant you’ll find me ordering pizza every time. You may be more picky about what you eat, but will eat that just about anywhere. Say, you like hamburgers. You’ll eat them grilled at home or fried from McDonald’s. A hamburger is a hamburger, right?

Then there is the ‘I didn’t grow up eating that’ level of picky-ness. In my family we didn’t eat a lot of fried foods or beans (black, pinto, great northern) and I don’t particularly care for those things today. Although I love cabbage and I didn’t experience that until I was almost 30 years old.

And there are those foods you ate at one point in your life, but can’t bare to stomach today. For me this would be foods like Hamburger Helper or even sauerkraut. Oh, and I no longer have those random cravings for liverwurst. That’s probably a good thing as it’s not very good for you.

Finally, there are those foods you never liked, don’t want to try, don’t even want to smell. For me this includes eggs and most condiments. Sure, I’ll eat eggs in other foods, but never eggs by themselves.

What about you? Is there a certain food you really don’t like? Or how about a preference for how something is prepared? Would you rather cook or eat out? I would love to know.

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