Food And Furthermore IX: Blog Award And Meme Assignments

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Quiet down class. I'm assigning some meme work. That's right-assigning. Tagging sounds way too easy to get out of, like a school yard game that you can dodge with a quick sashay to the right. I love memes because I'm really nosy. I eavesdrop at ball games, peek in people's carts at the market, and read the notes that people write in the margins of books. I love (most) people and find them infinitely fascinating, with the exception of my undergrad Spanish poetry professor, quite possibly the most boring individual on planet earth. I really believe he could force a clock to move backwards just by the droning of his voice. But other than him, I'm fascinated and enthralled by my fellow members of the human race. So I'm assigning my memes to four of my favorite people, who also happen to be my sisters. (I'd assign memes to all my sisters, but they don't all have blogs.) Maybe I already know their answers, but I doubt it, since they are exciting and unpredictable foxy ladies. I just said "foxy"for the first time since 1978.Plus, they are ever so much more smart and clever, much more fun, and much much prettier than me and they wear much smaller jeans, just to rub it all in. If I weren't so busy trying to be like them, I'd probably hate them.
So Leslie at Little Rieta
Heidi at The Renouf Family
Catherine at Living the Good Life (closed blog so maybe she could post on Heidi's?)
Mary Kate at Telles A Story
and one extra...my seven year old sunshine daughter at Little Girl on the Go
***To complete your meme assignment, copy the questions HERE, erase my answers and plug in your responses. No cheating and this test is timed.


Furthermore, I'm passing on the Yum Yum Blog award to the following five dee-lish foodie blogs. If all goes well, they'll post the award and pass it on to five more. If all goes poorly, I'll need you to contact my attorney.

Kahakai Kitchen makes you wish you could move to Hawaii, then move in with Deb and beg her to make you all her good food. Although she's so nice, you probably wouldn't even have to beg.

Meet Me in the Kitchen has all kinds of yummy food that's comfy enough to feed your family and elegant enough to impress the neighbors.

A Year at Oak Cottage serves up daily inspiration, gorgeous photos, and life's lessons along with yummy recipes.

My Sister's Cucina showcases just the kind of food you wish you could eat with your sister, late at night in the kitchen.

Smoky Mountain Cafe shares generously a plethora of exciting recipes-check out all of her many marinades.
Coming Tomorrow:
Lightened up Whole Wheat Zucchini Pineapple Bread