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Jim's Favourite Food

Discussion in 'Henson People' started by Gerard, Jul 8, 2003.

  1. Muppetsdownunder

    Muppetsdownunder New Member

    The blueberry pie sounds nice. Do you work at muppet vision? what a lucky guy! :)
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  2. jeremyactor

    jeremyactor New Member

    No, I work at the Great Movie Ride and custodial at the Disney MGM Studios - but I know a lot of people who do work there - most everyone is trained in a few attractions in Disney.

  3. Super Scooter

    Super Scooter New Member

    well, you already know the favorite food, but another fact I read somewhere: Jim wasn't a strict vegetarian. he just didn't eat red meats or a lot of sweets. Seafood and chicken, though, that's another story. Though I'm sure he indulged in that blueberry pie every so often. :) It's funny. That's my favorite pie!
  4. Muppetsdownunder

    Muppetsdownunder New Member

    Im not sure if I have had blueberry pie, blueberries aren't that common here. Im sure I would like it anyway.
    Why do American people love pies so much, lol. Pumpkin pie, apple pie.

    They are all delicious I must admit! :)
  5. Super Scooter

    Super Scooter New Member

    Mmmmmmm, Pie!

    Cuz pie is good!

    I just love blueberry pie.
  6. BoyRaisin2

    BoyRaisin2 Active Member

    Well I was born in Japan (not Japanese, just born there), so I guess I can't share that caricature. Maybe I should actually TRY it.
  7. Convincing John

    Convincing John Well-Known Member

    Hey, blueberry pie's my favorite kind of pie! Yum yum! :p

    Convincing John
    (wiping blueberry stains off his gold tooth)

  8. Whatever

    Whatever Active Member

    Pecan pie, rhubarb pie, rasberry pie! yum! I have a funny story about that actually, in Germany I wanted to make a rhubarb pie for my host family but they don't make pies in Germany, and I couldn't get a pit tin! I made it in an oval casserole dish! But my host family loved it! :flirt:
  9. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    They don';t make pies in Germany? How strange...
  10. Whatever

    Whatever Active Member

    Well, they do NOW. I gave my host mom all of my favorite American recipes. ;)
  11. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Is Jim a vegetarian?
  12. Rose

    Rose Member

    Wow the things people get into/ I skimmed through this wild looking topic. Who would think a thing like what's Jim's fave food would get so complcated. lol I can't answear for I don'tknow myself. I seldomly seem him eat anything. I'm sure he did maybe just didn't liek the idea of being taped while eatuing. I know I don't like it unless thers a reason for it. I did remeber seeing an old video of him watung what looked like a hotdog bun with no hotdog in it just the fixings. It was only for a few seconds and not sur eif that's what it was just looked likek it.
    I went through a phise wherr I wouldn't eat meat. I te fish which I don't consider a meat at all just fish. So I'm thinking that's what Jim did. I never really p[ayed that much attention to his personial life for I always thought of it as none of my busniess. If I happen to read something ok. But not going to ask.
    I do believe he was a vegetarian but ther's different kinds there's the ones who don't eat anything with a face. Those who don't eat any ' meat ' except for fish. I think Jim probably did eat meat sometimes but probably not most of the time.
  13. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member


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