Thursday, September 1st, 2011 at 11:23 pm
Culinary Q & A with Liv Vors
Occupation: Calzone-maker/freelance journalist/erstwhile biologist
What did you eat today?
Some boring stuff like cereal but also a calzone for lunch and some beef tongue tacos at Tres Carnales for supper.
What do you never eat?
Cookies made from dough in a tube. Very nasty.
What is your personal specialty?
Brownies. They’re my mom’s original recipe.
Complete this sentence: In my refrigerator, you will always find:
What is your weekday meal standby?
If I’m tired, fried eggs from my friend’s farm. If I’m not tired, pizza made from scratch.
What is your favorite kitchen item?
My stand mixer.
World ends tomorrow. Describe your last meal.
A huge slice of my grandma’s bumbleberry pie with ice cream and a cup of good coffee
Where do you eat out most frequently?
Where’s the best place to eat in Edmonton?
Tough call. So many good places to choose from now. It’s a three-way tie between Corso 32, Niche and Tres Carnales. I love them all for different reasons.
If you weren’t limited by geography, where and what would you eat?
I’d eat salmon in Norway, risotto in northern Italy and roti in Trinidad.
You can find Liv’s musings at Dine and Write.