Open Book Blog Hop – Food, Glorious Food!

Welcome back to another Open Book Blog Hop!

Today’s question is: does food play an important role in your writing? What is a favourite recipe of one of your characters, or yourself?

And remember to pay a visit to my fellow writers to see what they have come up with. You can find their works here!

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Let’s take the first question. Does food play an important role in any of my writing? Given my love of food, surprisingly it doesn’t. The only time it really makes a showing is toward the tail end of Chasing Shadows, when some of the crew indulge themselves in the First Class section of a train. Even then, it’s only a side not to the actual story. Drink does tend to put in more of a showing mind you. Crow is partial to a glass of fine whiskey. I have absolutely no idea where he gets that from!

How about a favourite recipe of one of my characters or myself? This is also a no go I am affraid. Cooking just isn’t a factor in Chasing Shadows. As for myself? I am as far from a cook as it gets. Beans on toast is pushing my limits I’d say. As for favourite foods, well that’s a hell of a question. I have a real sweet tooth so that makes up a large amount of my top food list. Chocolate fudge cake and tiramisu are two real favourites. Then there’s cheese, mac and cheese, spaghetti bolognese…

Okay, I am getting peckish now, best I stop there!

8 thoughts on “Open Book Blog Hop – Food, Glorious Food!

  1. I love chocolate. I don’t eat it all that often anymore — goes right to my hips — but I do still engage in occasional treats and I LOVE them.

    My husband claims beans on toast is a Texas thing. He used that as an example of what he doesn’t like about Texas cuisine. I’m thinking it’s the Americanized version of a burrito.

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