Tuesday, April 15, 2008


Should I be honored to have been tagged for a MEME? Well, so as not to look a gift horse in the mouth lets first give credit where credit is due. Toontz over at Okara Mountain gets the nod for tagging me and the rest of you on the list are people who either I know or whose blogs I adore.

Here are the rules:
Write your own six-word memoir. Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like. Link to the person who tagged you in your post. Tag five or six more blogs with links. Remember to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play.
Zap-2007 with Larry Turley

My six word memoir is: "Life happens when your having wine"

Now go visit my wonderful foodie blog friends

Heather from Gild the Voodoolily Heather is hands down my favorite blogger. Funny, irreverent, and a hellava cook!
Bruce at Eat. Drink. Think. Bruce also has a wonderful wine shop in Portland, Oregon called "Vino" where his motto is: "Making the world a better place, one bottle at a time." "Wine, not brain surgery." Bruce is definitely my favorite enabler.
Alejandra Ramos at Always Order Dessert This woman can cook.....and write.
Heather at Bacon Unwrapped This is easily the best Bacon blog on earth.
Drew at Cook Like Your Grandmother


Bacon Heather said...

Thanks for the mention, fellow former Idahoan (Nampa myself)!

Heather said...

I can't believe that I'm someone's favorite, that said someone lives in Portland like me, and that he and I both used the word "irreverent" in our last post! Although I used mine literally. Damn jays.

Thanks, Normie.

Drew Kime said...

I just read through your last four or five posts. I'm going to steal your friend's line, "It is up to you to become your family's ethnic grandmother." That sounds like exactly what I've been doing, except I haven't started the "ethnic" part yet. For now, I'm just doing the classic American comfort food.

You'll probably like this line, too. Whenever people see my book and say how my grandmother must have been a great cook, I always tell them, "I didn't call it How To Cook Like MY Grandmother ..."

Oh, and I'm officially jealous about that Le Creuset you got. I need to start cruising the yard sales this spring, see what I can come up with.

How To Cook Like Your Grandmother

PS: My memoir is right here.