Vincent Ehindero Award


I’m thrilled to be nominated for my second Vincent Ehindero Blogger award and thank you Lynh at Heylunhnie please visit her fun site.


  • Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog.
  • Make a post of the award (with a photo).
  • Post the rules.
  • Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.
  • Nominate 10-30 other bloggers.

My answers to Lynh’s questions.

1. Where are you from? (You don’t have to be specific, I think it’s cool to know people from other parts of the world and it will help me understand your point of view better)

Born and raised in Seattle, WA which is the northwest corner of the United States. I now live just 100 miles north of that and I’ve never lived anywhere else other than within these 100 miles.

2. What food do you recommend if I come to your country? If you’re from the U.S., just post a picture of the best meal you’ve had recently, and why?

Seattle and the northwest is known for its seafood. Salmon, lingcod for fish and chips, halibut, Dungeness crab, shrimp, clams, oysters and geoducks. My favorite are prawns.

tempura on ceramic plate
Photo by Jonathan Borba on

3. What is one thing you want to learn before the year 2020 ends?

That the politics of the United States will shift in 2021.

4. What song is on replay on your playlist right now?

Adiemus by Karl Jenkins

This Youtube version pairs scenes from the movie Avatar to the song and it fits perfectly.


5. What is your passion in life if you don’t have to worry about food and housing?

Exactly what I’m doing; reading, researching, studying and writing.

6. 3-6 words to describe yourself.

Curious, interested, passionate.

My Nominations

Jamie Lin at The Gastronomy Gal

Flavia Vinci at FlaviaVinci

Esther Ikott at Echoes of Words

Priyasha at Books and Co.

Ritisha at Ritisha Blog

An Aki at AnAkiNYC

Dan at Dan’s Food Diary 

Lael Heart at Heartstyle

Ella Craig at EllaCraig


What are you most proud of accomplishing?

How frequently do you take photos and what is your favorite subject?

What is the best thing about getting older and why?

What three books are on your to-read list right now?

What are your favorite things of your town or city where you live right now?

Who is your role model?

12 thoughts on “Vincent Ehindero Award

  1. I love the state of Washington, but I didn’t know that it’s famous for seafood, which is great to know for future vacation planning. I’m also curious about the politics as well. The debates were so robust in the beginning of 2020, now it’s quiet due to cancelled public gatherings. Now we just have to wait.
    I almost forget how much I like Avatar, thanks for the clip.


    1. Washington is considered to be a blue state, but that’s not entirely true for the entire state. The larger cities like Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma are mostly liberal Democrats. Most of Eastern Washington are conservative Republicans and Libertarians. Small towns in Western Washington tend to be more conservative too.


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