Recipe: Not So Much

31 Dec

I very much enjoy Joanne Fluke’s books. This is one with her and two other authors I appreciate, Laura Levine and Leslie Meier. It’s been a while since I read it, but I think it was Joanne’s story that included a recipe with the two ingredients you see below: beets and pineapple.

Any recipe with both of those items in one end product is not for me. It just doesn’t work with the following food combination issues:

  • Fruit and veggies don’t mix in the same dish (see example below)
  • All meats are to be thoroughly cooked (this includes fish)
  • Sugar and meat don’t mix (no honey smoked ham or maple flavored bacon on my plate, but I can transfer it to yours)
  • Fruit and meat don’t mix (pineapple and ham pizza – there’s more for you to enjoy)

I am sure I have more oddities, i.e. preferences. What are some of yours?

Image of Joanne Fluke's book shared with two other authors for short Christmas stories. Next to the book is a can of beets on top of a can of pineapple.

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