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I’m not the squealing type, but couldn’t help but let out a delighted squeak at the sight of this illustration of famous writers’ favorite snacks by Wendy MacNaughton for the New York Times. MacNaughton confesses to munching on garlic croutons as she works, which I can totally get behind. Personally, I go for Red Vines.
Which victual is vital to your creative process?
haha! i just read that on sunday and tried to put this post on my blog, but it didnt work! as an aspiring author, i love tea and coffee at the moment! how typical…lol
green tea and popcorn… mmmm
Trail mix and espresso! A terrible, delicious habit.
This is such a great illustration. I love little facts like these! So fun to see the quirks that each of these brilliant people had.
I love this!!!
when I work from home all I ever seem to consume is constant comment tea with milk, and peanut M&Ms.
I’m pretty into the Truman Capote regimen!
Grape Kool Aid (with an extra 1/4 cup of sugar hehe) Guess it brings out my inner child 😉
Peanut M&Ms and a constant stream of coffee =)
When I’m heavy into revising, I need Swedish Fish and Coke Zero to fuel my late-night sessions. Otherwise, I’m a tea and coffee girl.
My snack of choice when I’m writing is sunflower seeds.
Can you do one for the scientists too? 🙂 Especially for chemists?
This is SO great. Pinning NOW!
Personally, I do more drinking than eating while I work. LOTS of Diet Coke makes me an hard worker. 🙂
Red Vines! What the hell can’t they do?
haha, this is great! My thinking snack is definitely Dots. Chewy and sweet is all I need!
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