Thursday, 5 April 2007

Getting to Know You

This Post was written by Paul and Freya at Writing at the Kitchen Table

1. Where are you based?
Essex. Barren wasteland. 4th level of hell.

2. How long have you been blogging?
Since we learned to merely dislike the word “blog” as opposed to loathing it…about February 2006.

3. What's the best thing about food blogging?
It’s the most permanent home we can (currently) hope to find to maintain a journal of our kitchen adventures.

4. What's the worst thing about food blogging?
Too much PR work!

5. What inspires you to cook and write?

6. Where do you like to blog?
Any place with a hyperlink transport terminal.

7. What's your signature dish?
Signature dishes belong in restaurants, our menu constantly evolves.

8. What about you might surprise other food bloggers to know?
We have half a pigs head (called William) brining in the dining room AND we have a collective knowledge of serial killers unrivalled by any FBI profiler. It may not seem like it, but those two statements are definitely non-sequitor.


Scott at Real Epicurean said...

If I were a psychologist, I'd analyse your answers and say "hmmn, they avoided answering the questions. this illustrates that there are underlying issues".

I'm not, though. Great to get to know you both, even if you didn't let much information out! Interesting about the pig's head though. Wonder if that's going to make an article on your site?

Trig said...

What's a "hyperlink transport terminal"? Nothing comes up on Google.

Welcome to the club and happy Easter.

Freya and Paul said...

Scott, are you sure you're not a psychologist?
Trig, from a novel by Burroughs (Nova Express or Blade Runner(A Movie)(The latter which also predicted dogs diagnosing disease)). From which some smart guy derived (stole) hypertext transfer protocol.
Although, if you're really interested in visionary writing, try the forward to the novelisation of Night of the Living Dead by George Romero (1976) which anticipated the internet (although the internet has been around since 1968) and YouTube.

mae said...

What's happened to the other half of the pig's head?

Pig's head and serial killers... sounds intriguing! I'm hopping to your site right now. :)

Scott at Real Epicurean said...

Ooh - I'm a fan of NOTLD!