I have a question for you but first - let's set the scene.
You're sitting at the dinner table and this is a full blown meal; not just a burger and some chips.
Your plate has at least 3 different items on it.
My first question is: when you look at those 3 selections have you already picked the one you want to be your last to taste?
That only applies if you're not one of those weirdos that finish each one completely before moving on to the next.
I'm addressing the adventurous people that do the mix and match thing. That also includes the real rebel that might spear two goodies with one forkful. My hero.
Example: let's say applesauce is on the plate and you want the last thing you taste - bringing the meal home - to be sweet apple. So you schedule consumption to make that happen.
Second question: are you ok with stuff touching? Are you more comfortable with "warm touching warm" but completely freak out if "cold touches warm?"
I may or may not have blogged about the fact that I was a shimmer as a kid. I usually used the odd spoon to shove under my plate so I wouldn't have to experience the horror of blending.
I'm all grown up now. For the most part.