A Little Fun Survey on Preference

Friday, April 09, 2010

Crunchy or gooey?

Some of us like the gooey center.

Some of us like the crunchy edge.

None of us are bashful about taking what we want, lol.

Which do you prefer? And Why?

And what do you think it says about your personality?

Can a crunchy person and a gooey person live together happily?

(I hope your tongue is in your cheek, lol. )

And here is an interesting link in Cooking Light for some healthy eating information:


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    Crunchy, definitely. Ooooo...crunchy brocolli and celery and raw rutabaga...what bliss!
    Am I kidding anyone?
    3479 days ago
    Both are fine with me, although the last time I made brownies, I had to eat them with a spoon...maybe a little too gooey. I will try better next time.
    3481 days ago
  • no profile photo INKEDSHUTTERBUG
    I prefer mostly gooey with just a touch of the edge crunchiness lol.

    3483 days ago
  • JENNY888
    Crunchy is my choice, but of course I'll enjoy the gooey also!
    3483 days ago
    I like gooey, like Black Bean Brownies, with crunchy chopped walnuts!
    3483 days ago
  • --KREN
    I'm so surprised that everyone likes gooey! LOL. I'm a crunchy person, definitely! I wonder what that means, lol. Karen
    3483 days ago
    I like gooey and crunchy. It's all good to me, especially if it's chocolate. LOL.
    3484 days ago
    gooey is my choise ( when I dare indulge)

    Hubby likes gooey too. When I bake a cake he specifically asks me to not cook it as long as it says so it is gooyier!!!!! ( is that a word?) emoticon emoticon

    also....I don't get that new pan that is out that makes all the brownies with crunchy edges....I\d never in a hundred years buy that
    3484 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/9/2010 10:58:57 AM
    Both as long as they are chocolate. No answer? Thanks for the link.
    3484 days ago
    I like the gooey the best. I don't like any of my food too crunchy. Bread and rolls should be soft for me. Yes crunchy and gooey live together happily. Hubby likes crunchy. I like gooey. Cool blog.
    3484 days ago
  • JUSTJO66
    Okay, I'll bite...... hmmmm,your picture looks tooo good. I think I'm both. Sometimes I really like gooey and sometimes I like crunchy. I like variety. I didn't realize that until a few years ago. I went to the state fair with my Mom and sister and while I was there I think I bought every type of food they had out there....but would take a bite and then pass it along to my Mom and sister. At the end of the day my sister made an observation... she said "you know, you bought a lot of food today but what you really only wanted was a taste". Lightbulb moment. :o) I do like a lot of different things.....I think I go through life "tasting". :o) Hopefully, not all of it is FOOD. LoL.

    3484 days ago
  • CATHY629
    There is nothing quite like gooey centre,i am beginning to feel quite hungry just by thinking of it.
    3484 days ago
    Ooey Gooey for me. Same with cookies I prefer soft underbaked ones. I'm glad that pan isn't really in front of me I would be soooo tempted:) and I haven't given in on sweets.
    3484 days ago
  • GABY1948
    Gooey here too! And YES crunchy and gooey can live together happily! DH is crunchy while I am gooey and we live together marvelously! Like Sharon, I am the same about cookies and so is dh...don't even try a soft cookie on him!
    What a FUN blog, Karen. Thanks so much for starting my day off with fun.
    Gaye emoticon
    3484 days ago
    Gooey! When I make cookies too, I make them "under baked". Why? It just gives me a warm feeling, like a comfort food (I don't indulge in very MUCH now). I love Cooking Light, I have a subscription and read every page!!!! Some of the recipes I don't try because I don't like fish, but their veggie recipes I try a lot. Sharon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3484 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/9/2010 6:52:50 AM
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