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Old 10-25-2008, 06:02 PM   #30
Fuzzy
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Please tell us a little about yourself. Age, locale, work, family, whatever you'd like to share.
I'm Fuzzy. At last count, I was 41, and my dream of being a professionally paid chef has not yet been realized. I currently work for a medical devices manufacturing company in their IT department.

Tell us a bit about your relationship with food. Are you a 'foodie' and, if so, what do you think makes you a foodie?
My name is Fuzzy, and I'm a Foodie. I live to eat, rather than eating to live. I was raised by a foodie mother that always made sure that there was lots of food on the table, as well as in the pantry. My brothers and sisters never went without, and I never had to sneak food, because it was always available.

Is there a special food, or type of food that would elect you president of its fan club?
Pasta. If you were able to browse thru my pantry/storage, you would find more shapes, colors, styles, etc of pasta than you can shake a stick at. And if you did find something I don't have, well, its just because my grocer doesn't carry it. I am particularly fond of spaghetti.

What is the freakiest or most fun food fact about you?
As a kid, I was the pickiest eater alive. I hated everything. Actually, I think I was the problem child, and being picky was my out. Anyway, I was a very skinny boy. I wasn't anorexic, I just didn't eat that much. It wasn't until I had graduated from high school, weighing 140 pounds, entering the real world with only my meager cooking skills and very small selection of food I would eat; I soon realized I had missed out on alot.

Do you like to cook? Do you have a dish or dishes you consider your specialties?
Surviving on ramen and mac/cheese on a college budget teaches a person one of two things. You either learn to cook, or you find someone to live with that can cook. (or you eat out alot). I had a myriad of roommates in the late eighties that I was able to glean cooking skills from. I discovered that I have a love for cooking. ( and a equal love for eating too ) Having spent those years in the south, my specialties include bbq, cajun/creole, southern, and tex/mex. My favorite spice is Tabasco.

Do you think more about food or sex? (this might help with the "are you a foodie" question, above)
Food. 'Nuff said.
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No! Clothed in chocolate. Totally different process.
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