Thank you to Jo of The Grumpy Sailor for nominating us!
Answer the questions given and then come up with 10 new ones to ask your nominees.
Nominate 8 other blogs, let them know you have nominated them and put a link to their blog in your post.
No Tag backs.
Nominees must have under 200 followers on any platform.
You must tell all the blogs that you nominate that you have nominated them.
Now, onto the questions that Jo asked us!
What is the last thing you snack on at the end of the day?
B: Toast and crumpets, drowning in butter
S: Dark chocolate!
What ingredients could you never live without?
B: Peanut butter, I don’t understand a meal without it.
S: Garlic! Recipe says 1 clove, I’m putting in 5. Swiss chard. I could eat a whole bowl of it.
What would be your perfect vegan holiday/ Christmas menu?
B: Stuffing! 80% stuffing, glazed parsnips, Brussels, yorkshires and some form of stuffed seitan.
S: Roast potatoes, roast parsnips, sauteed swiss chard and garlic! Last year I made a seitan roulade stuffed with bread, mushrooms and other veggies. It was great!
What made you decide to start blogging?
B: We had spoken about it for ages but needed a solid name! We both love to eat everything, and being vegan can limit this so sharing seemed a good option.
S: We had met up and cooked together a few times then decided we really just should start blogging!
Whats your favourite music to listen to when cooking?
B: Drake and The Weekend, always
S: Usually Fleet Foxes or Iron & Wine – something mellow, I don’t like to be distracted too much.
If you could work alongside someone in the kitchen, anyone from a friend to someone from history, who would it be?
B: Mumma Brett, she’s so cooperative and such a good teacher!
S: My grandma! She worked in a bakery most of her life. She used to make this amazing apple custard tart that I really need to veganise.
What time of day do you do most of your blogging?
B: I’m a late nighter or a rare free day at the weekend.
S: Usually on my day off or on Sundays in the morning or mid morning when the light is best for photographs.
Whats your favourite fruit?
B: Peaches and apples, a good apple makes everything better.
Whats your favourite cookbook?
B: Ms Cupcake: The Naughtiest Vegan Cakes in Town and Paul Hollywood’s Bread, these are both most covered in flour.
S: Isa Does It by my one true lady hero, Isa Chandra Moskowitz. I also really like the River Cottage Veg Every Day book.
What dinner do you always make when you are in a rush?
B: I’m the quickest cook, my brain is too impatient! Spinach with hot sweetcorn, Fry’s strips, cherry tomatoes cut covered in mayonnaise and peanut oil.
S: Spaghetti, marinated artichokes, olive oil, shredded basil and toasted pine nuts. Toss it all together! Heaven!
Our questions for our 8 chosen blogs:
What’s your favourite vegetable?
Who’s your cooking idol?
What’s your secret guilty food pleasure?
What’s your food hate?
What kitchen item can’t you live without?
You can have any famous person, living or dead round to dinner. Who do you pick and what vegan meal do you make for them?
Life gives you lemons, what do you make?
What’s one non-vegan food item you’ve always wanted to make vegan?
What made you become vegan in the first place?
What’s your favourite animal?
(some of these might not have 200~ followers but finding follower counts can be a nightmare!)
Becky & Sarah xxx