Following along with Janetha’s genius idea of coming up with a favourite food for every letter of the alphabet, I decided I just had to make my own list. I highly suggest it. Though in making a photo version, I’ve gotten sucked into the depths of my blog archives and it is taking up a ridiculous amount of time (just because it’s insanely amusing) so I’m breaking it up into two parts.
Here is Part A, from letters A to M.
A daily habit – make it one!
A tridaily habit…at least. Most preferably with peanut butter. Mmmm.
Well cheese in general really. But cottage cheese is the most frequent visitor to my belly so it wins this round.
Especially Medjool but most will do, as long as they’re fresh. Preferably if they’re fresh and stuffed with peanut butter.
Chocolate-covered works too.
Simple sandwiches or all wrapped up, they just can’t be beat. (Well I guess technically they can… meringue anyone?)
I was going to go with fruit in general but apparently that’s a cop out ;) And frozen fruit is amazing as a snack or a smoothie.
It was hard to find pictures of these precious fruit candies. Probably because it’s miraculous for me to ever get a picture (or a bowl) before shoving them in my mouth by the handful.
YUMMUS. Any kind will do but La Fontaine takes top title.
Funny enough I’ve been drinking a lot more hot coffee than iced this summer, but I still love a good blended iced coffee when the mood strikes.
It’s good on many a breakfast food. And what else starts with J?
Because it was an all-time childhood favourite and I miss having it for lunch on a weekly basis (I did a whole box myself before… on multiple occasions…erg). On the rare occasion I have it now it’s usually the “fancier” DELUXE Velvetta shells version. Gotta class it up
Laughing Cow Cheese.
More cheeeeeese. Yum.
Cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew – they’re all summer fruit perfection.
And that concludes Part A.
Stay tuned for The ABCs of Food Favourites: Part B coming SOON!
Tell me YOUR favourite food that starts with the letter…
Fall term starts today… back to the grind, eek.