Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Food! Glorious, wonderful, (thesaurus needed), food!

10 comments:

Stephanie Thornton said...

First of all, the cinnamon roll bats are hilarious.

Second, cheese doesn't make my cheeks tingle- it just makes me drool. Especially if there's a glass of red wine to go with it.

Third, you need to post more often because your posts are some of my all-time faves. Hilarious and super cute!

Have a great holiday weekend!

Matthew Delman said...

I'm with you on the food passages. I want me some foodage every time I read a well-written one, and now I want some of your mom's crescent rolls. They sound fantabulous!

And yes, food is research. Didn't you know that already?

gbulson said...

I don't support your being in Arizona during Christmas. You should be in Washington. Your unborn child had one prenatal christmas and now you've wasted it in the desert. For shame. For shame.

Natalie Whipple said...

First off, woot! Sonic Fan! Cherry Limeades for me all the way, plus onion rings and a, ahem, double cheeseburger of glory and goo.

Those rolls sound fabulous. Do you think if I sell a book your mom would make me some...no? Okay, when you sell can you send me some of your batch? Maybe? Oh fine.

And cheese is...well, I'm pretty sure life would be meaningless without it.

K. Marie Criddle said...

Thanks, guys! My mom will be so happy to hear of the widespread roll love. And no one else has involuntarily tingling cheese cheeks? Dang. Maybe that's my mutant power.

And Natalie, I promise that there will be much widespread roll sharing come book selling time, too. Let us make culinary deals with the Universe together!

And Swivel...don't be jealous because my belly got tanner than yours over Christmas. When are you coming to live on our floor in San Diego?

Miss Lou said...
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Miss Lou said...

I can't believe I've never read these! How come you didn't tell me! I don't like missing out on your life - even in the virtual way.

These are amazing and will be converted into a book so very soon...

Veda and I miss you and Flux and Preston and Savin and and.

Jia you!

Dawn Simon said...

What a fun blog! :) I followed the link from Stephanie Thornton's post, and I'm so happy I did.

Cheese doesn't make my cheeks tingle. My husband is from Wisconsin, so maybe I've built up some kind of superhuman anti-cheese-cheek-tingler immunity. Frappuccinos and lattes make me happy. Always. Does that count for anything?

Happy New Year! I look forward to your future posts!

Stephanie Thornton said...

Hehehe... I couldn't help but give you an award. This blog rocks!

K. Marie Criddle said...

Hi to all! Stephanie, you're so awesome, thanks for the award! Dawn, you're always welcome...and you should totally market that superhuman cheese immunity power. Then again, if tingling is truly a mutant power, it would be like my kryptonite...oh crap, I feel a short story coming on. SOMEONE STOP IT, I HAVE NO TIME.