Thursday, March 08, 2007

Friday Feast 134

Appetizer
What is your usual bedtime? Do you like that, or would you rather it be different?


I don't have a set bedtime, though I do realize I should to go bed earlier than I do, sometimes I get caught up in working on something and before I know it, it's 2:00 a.m. or later.

Soup
When it comes to advice, do you give more or receive more?


I give advice often, especially since people turn to me for lots of reasons and I'm glad I can be there for them

Salad
Describe a memorable meal you've had.


It was on a trip to New Orleans, we were staying at the Fairmont and my husband and I decided to order room service. From the salad to the dessert it was the most amazing meal I have ever had to the point I have even dreamed about being able to return to order that very same meal. The special Fairmont House Salad, a jumbo shrimp cocktail, Seafood Gumbo and Bananas Foster....

Main Course
Name a work of fiction that affected the way you think about something.


Madame Bovary, it made me realize that we may always want what we cannot have but it can destroy us and those around us, realizing too late who really loved us.

Dessert
What is your favorite type of fruit juice?


Red Wine? hehehe. Okay a real fruit juice would be Pineapple as my favorite.

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29 comments:

Anni said...

heh heh ...I would say that wine is a fruit!

Thanks for stopping by my FF! Happy weekend!

Lisa Renee said...

Thanks Anni! Congrats on being my first commentor tonight and agreeing with me on the wine as a fruit.

:-)

Linda said...

Loved Madame Bovary, as well. I know as I keep reading I'll wish I had listed everyone else's ideas!

Linda said...

Also, I used to live in Findlay, OH, and visited Toledo a lot. Loved it there.

annie said...

Great main course!
Happy Friday.
blessings~
Annie

amy said...

What a great feast and I love your salad..Hope you get another one

Lisa Renee said...

Linda, I do that too - almost every week (smile)

Thank you Amy and Annie.

:-)

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Your feast is very filling. From your appetizer to your dessert.
Mine is up too.

Shabem said...

Love your main course. Thanks for sharing!

Ma said...

Great feast! That meal sound so delicious! I love seafood.

Thanks for stopping by.

Melli said...

Mmmmmm... now you've got me wanting to visit New Orleans! Sounds scrumptious!

Bee said...

Wine is a fruit, it is made with grapes! ;)

katherine. said...

I almost said wine too...it is the juice of the grape after all

Susanna said...

Tasty meal :) Not a fan of sea food myself but I amsure it was delicious!

Gattina said...

Wine is made out of grapes, so indeed it's a fruit juice, which sometimes can make you fall under the table, lol !

Raggedy said...

I hope you get back to your salad place. That sounded fantastic.
Lol at wine for juice..it is made from grapes..tee hee
Great Friday Feast!
My feast is served.
Have a wonderful day!
TGIF
*^_^
(=':'=)
(")_ (")Š
Raggedy

Addie said...

Lovely feast ... come join mine too :-)

Suni said...

that meal in NO sounds fabulous!!

Holly said...

Wine is DEFINITELY a fruit juice ;-) Next time you go to New Orleans, you'd better take me....LOL!
Luv ya, my feast is up!

Jane said...

YUM, that meal in New Orleans sounds delicious. They do know how to do food in that town!
Thanks for coming by my feast. I hope you had enough to eat!

Braden said...

2:00 AM? I could never do that anymore. Why do I feel old all of the sudden?

Joseph C. Harris said...

I love pineapple juice too. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Ctina said...

The book in your main course makes me think of Vanity Fair! I'll have to read Madame Bovary, thanks for the suggestion :) Tasty Feast!

she said...

Umm, grapes are fruit. Wine is made of fermented grapes. Yep, definitely qualifies as fruit in my world ;)

ribbiticus said...

happy feasting! come see my spread! you might also be interested in reading one post back. ;)

Heart of Rachel said...

Same here. Sometimes I forget the time while reading my favorite blogs and before I know it, it's past 2am. But I try my best to go to bed by 1am.

Madame Bovary ... now I could not forget that because it was my book report in high school. I got a good grade for it. :)

Happy weekend!

mamichelle said...

too funny! I love your dessert!

Mike said...

A good feast. It's amazing how reading books of fiction can make us think about things in real life. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Rob Carr said...

New Orleans has some fantastic food. Great feast!