@ Raincoaster. Interesting take on the foody thing. But, some of us actually call courgettes, courgettes, because that's we call them (in the UK). The corollary would be why call rocket aragula? Or coriander cilantro? I take your point it was tongue in cheek, but as ever, linguistic differences rear their head.
I can't bear tomatoes and eggs together. Never could. Whether warm or cold.
Coffee has to be strong and black, tea has to be weak (and black, or rather just extremely pale). No sugar. With anything.
Roast potatoes are far better par-boiled and then forked up to crispiness before going in the oven.
French dressing is mustard (for thickness), extra virgin olive oil (for flavour), and vinegar/lemon juice for sharpness. The vinegar is red wine or de Jerez.
All brassicas need minimum cooking.