A quick note before I jump into this post: as I type this I’m running off of 1.5oz+6oz+12oz+anentirefrenchpress of coffee, which equals a lot of coffee. I cannot be held responsible for what I do or say within the next few paragraphs.
I also just got back from a run. Adrenaline is at an all time high. Disclaimer complete.
I like to live life on the wild side. For me that consists of staying awake until 9PM, not wearing deodorant, going 6mph over the speed limit instead of the allowed 5mph, and taking traditional food items and making them…well…nontraditional.
I also sometimes like to drink a shitton of coffee like I mentioned above. I assure you that’s not an everyday occurrence, but that’s a story for another time.
Nontraditional food pair #1: Dates and chips on a sandwich.
Not just any sandwich, but an almond butter and cinnamon sandwich. Ever subbed dates for your jelly/honey/WhateverYouUseForSugar? Do it. I hope by now in your life you’ve put chips on your sandwiches, and if you haven’t do that too…do that yesterday. What you might not have tried is chips on your nut butter sandwich.
This genius idea was presented to me by my younger brother. I’d always had chips on the side to balance the texture/salty/sweet/spice for my face hole, but this combination of everything in one bite is so.legit.
Nontraditional food pair #2: Sweet potato and banana pudding. For breakfast.
I’ve been on a huge pumpkin kick the last few months. I eat an entire can mixed with protein, cinnamon, some kind of crunch topping, and once in a while some almond butter. When faced with the “I’m out of pumpkin” dilemma I decided to try a sweet potato instead. HOLY BUTTERSCOTCH! It tasted like pudding.
I blended a large (baked) sweet potato with a frozen banana, cinnamon, a scoop of (plain) protein powder, one dropper full of liquid NuNaturals vanilla stevia, and enough water to blend. Topped with another banana and granola for crunch.
Best part? No can! Ob.Sessed.
Nontraditional food pair #3: Chocolate avocado pudding with coconut milk.
This is not a new combination, avocado puddings have been around for a while, but THIS one…THIS recipe made me a slave to my fridge. I wish I were kidding, but I woke up TWICE at 2am craving this stuff. It was quite a sight to see me in the kitchen at 2am, spoon in hand, chocolate on face. No shame. OK maybe a little shame.
I’ve made avocado pudding before, but hated it. It tasted WAY too much like avocado. The banana in this recipe is KEY. It must not be omitted. Topped with pure coconut milk (the fuller the fat, the better) and a sprig of mint for a refreshing finish!
- 2 overripe avocados
- 1 frozen overripe banana
- 1/2 cup vanilla almond milk
- 1 heaping tblsp raw honey
- 2 tblsp room temperature coconut oil (semi solid)
- 1 tsp pure vanilla
- 1/2 tsp GROUND chia seeds
- 1/3 cup cocoa powder
- 2 dropper fulls of liquid Nunatural vanilla stevia
–Combine everything into a high speed blender or food processor in the order listed above (liquids/mushy items on the bottom to blend easier.) Once well combined place pudding into the fridge to set for at least 30 minutes.
I topped mine with both full fat and low fat canned coconut milk, but I found the full fat to be more ideal for a topping due to its thick texture. If you’re looking to minimize some of the fat, low fat works with some chia seeds to thicken. Add a dropper full of stevia for added sweet. I never thought I’d see the day I liked anything stevia related.
I draw the line with this pure liquid though, and still don’t like any other stevia products. It weirds me out and the aftertaste is too much for me. I’ve always been a “real deal” sugar kinda girl, but to minimize my consumption this vanilla bottle gets some good use. I blame this girl for sending it to me.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some mac and “cheese” to finish.
Q: What are your favorite nontraditional food combinations?
122 thoughts on “Nontraditional Ways to Eat Things”
Lucie Elizabeth (@CollectingLight)
Im with you on the ago chocolate pudding thing! I had that combo in a smooth once and it meld my heart! The sweet potato combo though? Blergh! I wish I was a loverrrrrr, but not so much!
Non traditional combos? I live peanut butter and bacon sandwich. Toast your bread, put on PB then add the sizzling bacon.
YUM!!!! I dip bacon in PB, so I can imagine this is amazing.
I do a whole food smoothie for breakfast each morning so i might try the sweet potato in place of spinach this week.
Please let me know what you think if you try it! I always wonder if other people share my taste-buds. 😉
I finally used sweet potato in my smoothie with spinach and banana with almond milk. I liked how it made a smooth texture and good flavor.
Wow to the chocolate avocado pudding! Your presentation of it in the green tree mug is pure perfection 🙂 I don’t think I know of a good non-traditional food combination! I usually stick with the ones I know – I’m a grilled cheese and tomato soup kinda girl! But I suppose I could mix it up and use some gruyere instead of the traditional American cheese slice, right?!
Mix that cheese up girl!! You may find a new favorite.
Heather @ HeatherRunsFast.com
All the coffee. SO needed after a cold run. Genius ab/date/chips paring. GiGi is too sweet for sending you that. Still haven’t tried the liquid stevia thing, but if you like, I might just give it a shot. And YES to still eating pumpkin… I thought I was the only one. It’s all year long for us OGs. Totally trying the sweet potato pudding. YummO. The only nontraditional food pairing I can think of off the top of my head is pecans with white chocolate chips. Pop them in your mouth at the same time= pecan pie.
#2 sounds delicious! I need that in my life!
Blech. The aftertaste of Stevia is GROSS. There’s so many times I tried to convince myself subbing Stevia was better but it tasted like dish soap. Screw that. Lol. And I like your idea of using dates instead of jelly! Good call!!!… And uhm, I drink over 50 ounces of coffee a day. Yeah.
I couldn’t agree with you more about the aftertaste of stevia, which is precisely why it skeeves me out. I am so shocked I liked this stuff. HAHA. Mmmmm..on that note I think I need more coffee.
I’m happy to see Mac & Cheese in your life, especially with the add-ons. I can’t see you eating it any other way in fact. I’d still take sugar over Stevia, but I love your honesty.
Does Buzz actually help keep the cats away? I may need to get one of these dolls.
Oh gawd I am so hungry right now. Can you come over and make me that sweet potato and banana pudding for breakfast? ahhh, looks so ridiculously delicious. I eat weird things all the time.. mainly because I am too lazy to cook properly and I also hate to dirty more dishes than I have to. Once (years ago) I was craving something salty and sweet but needed to go grocery shopping so I checked what I had and ate cashews with ketchup – absolutely no comment but it was exactly what I wanted right at that moment.
I need to try chips on my sandwiches…and dates… man you are a food genius! Love your face.
I’m not one to knock things before I try them, but I don’t know if I would ever want to try cashews and ketchup. HAHA. I don’t really like ketchup so that’s probably why. I’d be more likely to try them with mustard. I once poured OJ into my bran cereal because I had no almond milk. That was not my best decision in life.
I’ll take a number 2 please. !!! I’m like obsessed with sweet potatoes. So that sounds suuuper good. 🙂 and pshh you can never overdue coffe. Lol
You open the fridge to get eggs for breakfast, and see last night’s cold chicken curry, the same chicken curry that was delicious enough before it had 12 hours of fridgey-casseroley magic done unto it.
You know you’re crossing a very serious line, and that even at that very moment God is putting on his puppy kicking sneakers, but that doesn’t stop you reaching for the spoon. The big spoon….
ALWAYS the big spoon…
Nice as a backup for those emergencies when you can’t find the industrial sized ladle…
Lauren @ ihadabiglunch
Oh my gosh chips and dates on a sandwich?! Genius! Sweet and salty is my ultimate craving. Perfect perfect perfect. I love your over consumption of coffee — you rebel you!
Amy @ A Desert Girl
You’re a coffee consuming queen. Between the coffee and the runners high, your energy is tangible in this post!
These are all completely life changing for me. Thank you so much for sharing!
Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy
That is how I make chocolate avocado pudding too. Seriously, how can people just eat one bowl of it? It’s seriously addictive. Not sure I could eat sweet potato and banana together though!
omg all of those sound DELISH! i can totally see the sammich in #1 being so tasty with the sweet and salty combo!
now i’m totally hungry for some mac and cheese. is it weird that I much prefer the boxed versions over the real version?! the real version is too rich and goopey for me.
not exactly super innovative, but i love me some honey and caramelized onion in my grilled cheese!
I love this post! Unexpected food combos that make other people go “blech,” always have me rushing off to try them out:D I’ve just won some vanilla stevia which should be on its way in the post. The making and eating of both puddings is imminent…
So that’s chips, dates, and nut butter in the ONE sandwich?!? (:D) I’ve never tried crisps in an actual sandwich, though I have eaten them in the same mouthful as chocolate. Many a time. I’d highly recommend it, but judging by the nature of the aforementioned sandwich you’ve probably already tried that and every variation in between;)
YOU MUST TRY CHIPS on a sandwich ASAP! Also, your ending comment made me chuckle…check out this post….
Yea…I frequent the chips/chocolate train. HA.
OMG. I am distracted by your food bravery. I just couldn’t do it! LOL!!
I am in awe of your adventurous eating! I’m in such a food rut, I need to try something new!
“Pudding so good you need Buzz Lightyear to guard it from the cats.” Trying SO HARD not to laugh in the office right now.
So does the liquid stevia actually taste okay?? I can’t stand the aftertaste from the powder… I can only take it in yogurt where the yogurt already has a tang, so I don’t notice. And I definitely want to try your pumpkin version sometime! Your puddings look SO tempting!
I absolutely LOATH the aftertaste of stevia, it’s chalky, and tastes FAKE to me. This is why I typically can’t stand it. I don’t know what it is about these vanilla flavored drops, but as long as I don’t put too much (I had to experiment a bit with how much I used) I actually really like it!! I was shocked. I don’t use artificial sweeteners at all, they are a big no no for me, so this is as far as I’ll venture from real sugar.
Thanks for the tip! I’ve been hesitant to try it, but I’ll walk down that aisle the next time at TJ’s and see if I change my mind. 😉
I won’t lie to you, as a confessed picky eater, your non-traditional dishes slightly terrify me. 😛 But I would be okay with giving the chocolate (avocado) pudding a try, because I’m wild like that.
OMG Sweet potato and banana?! YUM ahaha loved this post – Signed a fellow coffee addict hahah
I NEED to try your sweet potato deliciousness! Once I get out of this hotel and settled into my apartment, I will whip some up. It looks SO GOOD! Also, you’re a fellow Washingtonian?! (At least it seems that way). West Coast = Best Coast!
YES, I am indeed a Washingtonian! Love this state of ours!! ❤
You are awesome. This post had me chuckling all the way till the end! Love those non-traditional food combos…you are bold!! Especially with the sweet potato and banana.
Matt @ Runner Savvy
I eat peanut butter on my sweet potatoes and everyone thinks that is crazy weird!
WHAT?! Nut butter on sweet papa’s is ONE OF THE BEST combinations ever. Blog land gets it. Speaking of…do you have a new one!? Every time I go to yours it’s gone. ha.
Laura @ the gluten-free treadmill
I am loving this post and your eats! Lately, I have been eating the entire orange peel!
The peel!?! HAHA. I don’t know if I could go that far, HOWEVER that is where a lot of the vit C is, so GOOD JOB!
Laura @ the gluten-free treadmill
Have you tried it? (Organic, of course, because of the pesticudes) it’s actually my favorite part now!
Whoa, everything is so creative! It made me think of a weird food combination a fellow blog friend likes: chicken and peanut butter. I’ve never tried it, and I guess it couldn’t be too bad, but it sounds weird. That sandwich and the pudding, though, sound delicious.
I love peanut butter and jelly with dill pickles. Try it and thank me later 🙂 I also love the sandwich combo of a fruit chutney and a garlic hummus. It’s SO GOOD! I love the salty-sweet combo!
I’ve tried all of those! Except the dates on bread! I use dates as a sweetner often but never thought if using them that way!! And i totally agree about the banana in the avocado chocolate pudding. Thats how i have to make mine for the kids to eat it. Coconut milk also finds its way in everything i make. As for my pairings? Blue cheese stuffed dates with my coffee(on the side not in it). Oatmeal in my soup. Croissant dipped in OJ.
If I still ate cheese, I’d be ALL OVER that date/cheese/coffee combo idea!! That speaks to so many parts of my soul. I hope you’re pairing it with an earthy coffee!
I must be really traditional. And non-creative. I think the most nontraditional thing I USED to eat, was something my Hus got me hooked on – lemon pepper on popcorn. He still eats it all the time, but I try to avoid popcorn now.
Khushboo Thadani (@KhushbooThadani)
Chip sandwiches…best way to do it, especially when Subway is involved! Lately not so untraditional in the HLB (but probably to the rest of the world), I’ve been loving sweet potato fries dipped in runny yolks!
I ate all sorts of things in all sorts of combinations… Nothing suprises me anymore 🙂
I need to try this avocado chocolate thing! I will need to make it secretly not to make Matthes suspicious that it could be healthy ( oh no! Avocado and no bacon, I see his reaction already 🙂
And a question… Do you like running in these finger shoes? I’ve been thinking of trying it but still haven’t.
In all my time running, the toe shoes have been the best…hands down. I struggled for years to find running shoes that worked, and after too many failed attempts I decided to try these. I had already owned a pair for nearly 5 years, and decided to train for my last half marathon in them. I haven’t run in anything else since! I will say they aren’t for everyone though, and if you want to try them ease into the use if your body isn’t used to a minimalist shoe! Long story short I love them, even just to walk around in!
Hmm… I have a friend who also swears by them! He even does all is spartan races in them!
I may give it a try to see what happens 🙂 Will let you know!
This is amazing!!! Chips in sandwiches are amazing, always! And going to the avocado chocolate one asap. I don’t reallt have any non traditional ways of eating things as such but I’m always up for some sour/salty/sweet balance 🙂
Bread and soy sauce. Yum. 🙂
Wow, I have got to try that pudding recipe! As for odd combinations to eat, mine is a very naughty one. I only do it very rarely, I promise! Potato crisps dipped in icecream… So bad and definitely not raw! Lovely pics. 🙂
An Unrefined Vegan
Yes!! When I was a kid, I put potato chips in my sandwiches!
The mac ‘n cheese looks delicious! I never thought to pair it with spinach and tomatoes.
Love this! Ever since I became a plant-based eater, I have embraced weird food pairings. Cashew ‘cheese’? Really? My tastebuds have really been opened in a whole new way though and I love it! Looking forward to trying the chocolate avocado dish – looks yummy! I do HATE stevia though, so I’ll probably seek sweetness elsewhere 😉
Amanda @ .running with spoons.
I’m kind of dying over the Buzz Lightyear in your pictures — love you. And I -did- try the AB/date sandwich after you mentioned it a while back, and yeah… love you for that too.
mmmmm dates. and that pudding looks so good/interesting, too! gah come cook for me plzzzz. nontraditional foods, hmmm…errr…i like salsa as my salad dressing? yeah i know, life on the wild side. 🙂
ME TOO!!! I only use salsa as my salad topping! Ha! So good.
We are so meant to be friends.
Rach @ This Italian Family
Chocolate pudding with avocado? Interesting. It sure looks good, though!
I like Heinz 57 sauce on a loaded baked potato. I know that is super weird (and unhealthy), but it’s so tasty.
these all look oddly delicious to me! i’m trying so hard to get out of my eggs, sweet potato, chicken rutt…. there’s so much delicious stuff out there to play around with 🙂
Choc Chip Uru
Ok wow dates I haven’t heard of before but YES to chips on a sandwich 😀
Have you tried hot chips and ice cream? You would love it 😀
Here’s to odd combinations x
Choc Chip Uru
I’ve had chips with ice cream…BUT HOT CHIPS!? OMG you are a genius. I’ve got my eyes on some kettle cooked jalapeno chips with some vanilla coconut milk ice cream..oh my…this is going to happen.
I love putting ketchup on mac & cheese! Kinda weird! I also put syrup on everything! Eggs, bagels, oatmeal, yogurt, even in stir fry!
My first job was working with kids at an after school program, and when we would serve macNcheese as the snack, so many of them put ketchup on theirs!! I NEVER understood. Still don’t, but I’m not a huge ketchup fan so maybe that’s why. Then again I do like tomatoes with mine? Who knows. Syrup though…I could put that on EVERYTHING. Buddy the elf style.
Cocktail sauce with my salad. Usually as a dressing, with all vegetables under the sun.
Yessss I love dates! Sometimes I throw them into smoothies to sweeten em up. For some reason I can’t think of any strange but good combinations that I’m a fan of at the moment, but I know that there are a bunch of them!
The Vegan 8
Oh gosh, I’m different on this one, lol! I hate avocado in puddings and bananas ugh! I really wish I liked them! I remember seeing minimalist baker post a avocado banana chocolate pudding and it looked so pretty, but I just find bananas overpower everything and also avocado makes everything taste like, well, avocado! I absolutely LOVE avocado…but not in desserts. I’ve tried too. Oh well, I guess I’m boring, lol, because I’m definitely a traditional pairing kind of person when it comes to food. Just like I can’t stand all these bean desserts around….I want my sweets to not taste “weird”. On another note, hell yeah to the chips on the sandwich…I used to do that all the time!!
I totally agree with you about the banana being too overpowering…USUALLY. I totally love it in this recipe though, and somehow can’t taste much of it with the sweet potato. It’s like magic! Your desserts win over any bean brownies anyway. 😉
GiGi Eats Celebrities
I love you as much as I LOVE THE LOOKS OF THAT CHOCOLATE PUDDING YO! Actually… I love you more, DUH! Which is why I sent you stevia, because I am looking out for your health… YO! 😉 But you’re a freaking healthy chickita to begin with!
I’ve never been a chips on my sandwich girl but I am OBSESSED with those Food Should Taste Good chips you have on yours (seriously those things are addictive!) Strange food combos are always fun to try though 🙂
Dates and chips? You my friend, are one insane genius. Ive never done of the chip on a sandwich thing because it hasn’t really interested me, but this combo sounds way too good to pass up!
Ashley @ A Lady Goes West
Hi Brittany! Oh my gosh, I love this! I’m the QUEEN of nontraditional food pairings. I’ve put sweet potatoes in smoothies, cooked over-easy eggs into the insides of sweet potatoes, put bananas on a sandwich and also chips in one too. Dates on a sandwich? Now you got me there. This is such a fun post. You’re great. I just may have to try the date thing. Happy Thursday to you! 🙂
Please try the dates!! If anything, at least try them with cinnamon and almond butter alone.
I’d be lying Brittany if I said that first dish, the one with the chips, looks good. But I would like to try that avocado pudding!
I love cutting open an avocado and eating it with a spoon- with a raw almond on each bite! Yummmmmmm.
Ohh that sound fantastic! I must try this.
Its perfect for hiking!
Krissy @ Pretty Wee Things
Yes to the chippie sandwich! It reminds me of my childhood. YUM!
These food combinations…all sound fantastic! And chips in a sandwich is such a stellar thing to do since the texture and flavor is just. so. good!!!
Liz @ I Heart Vegetables
I love the chips and sandwich idea! The extra crunch would be awesome!
Luv What You Do
I’ve been eyeing everything on the gram So delish!
I’ll have to try your version of Avocado Pudding! I tried another recipe once and hated it as well. You’re right, it tasted too much like avocado. How long does the pudding keep in the fridge?
Mine lasted a couple days, if that. I ate it quite fast. Haha.
you always have the craziest foods! I am always tempted to try but not sure if I will succeed in the making process. can you send me some?! 🙂
Date and chip sandwich?! At first I was like, “Hmmm…that sounds weird.” And then I was like, “MMMMmm….that actually doesn’t sound bad!” I may just have to jump on this bandwagon you’ve created.
I love avocado/banana pudding too!
I love non-traditional food combinations! My favorite snack ever is Texas Toast croutons dipped in plan Greek yogurt. Also, liquid vanilla stevia is the best. I have a bottle of Sweet Leaf Vanilla Creme and it’s delicious in my iced lattes. 🙂
the title of this post is the best, and the food combos just made me hunggggry. figs on a sandwhich sounds all kinds of delicious. okay, figs on anything sounds delicious 🙂 and that pudding! ah, i should probably make some dinnna.
di @ life of di.
My favorite non-traditional food combination is broccoli slaw + kidney beans + marinara sauce. A healthier take on your basic spaghetti 🙂 I craved this combo throughout pregnancy and actually ate it a few hours before I went into labor! I also love throwing broccoli slaw into egg whites. My friends think I’m nuts but these things are actually delicious!!
I just re-read this and in doing so noticed that you’re wearing what look like 5-fingers shoes! I’m curious, do you wear them on trail runs or on a paved path? I’ve been trying to incorporate barefoot running but, since it’s winter in Omaha, I’ve restricted it to the treadmill in my socks. I’m up to 1.5 miles and notice a significant improvement in my cadence, even once I put my shoes on to finish the run. Perhaps one day I should drink a shitton of coffee and then scour your past entries to see if you’ve covered this topic already 🙂
The end of your comment made me laugh quite hard. I run everywhere in these shoes. When I first purchased them nearly six years ago, I didn’t run anything over 5miles in them because I feared for my knees. After having one too many issues with traditional running shoes, I decided to make to switch to running 100% minimalist. I ran my last half marathon with these, and completed my training in them too. I now run in nothing else. I’ve experienced ZERO problems, and I run so much better with these. It’s hard at times to endure the cold temps with these (more so for you) but you can always get socks for them too!! They DO get rather smelly, so socks help with that. I recommend them for anyone interested in barefoot running. Ease into them so that you don’t injure yourself, but it sounds like you’re already doing this!
What!? Pumpkin in a can! What is wrong with you woman? Your American aren’t you? Just say yes……pumpkins are seriously the easiest things to grow. Like in the ground…… just try it. I’m still going to follow and recommend Vegemite and walnut sandwiches. And a Jube lolly and a chocolate button. Your welcome!
I know I know, forgive me!! Hahaha. I do love baking my own pie pumpkin, but I’ve never grown my own! Ahhh.
I keep hearing about the avocado pudding, but haven’t tried it yet. Tried Chia Seed pudding, was less than impressed. So have been hesitant to try the avocado pudding. Maybe your recipe will convince me. Chips on a sandwich? Of course. Did it as a kid. Not only everything in one bite, but more time for playground play. Nowadays I linger over a meal. Getting back to work is not as much fun as recess was. Going to try your sandwich too.
I hope you love the sandwich as much as I did, and as for the pudding I would agree chia pudding was less exciting that I hoped. The avocado is great though, you can’t even taste it.
Love the thought and care you put into the pictures! Very entertaining post. 🙂
Thank you! 🤗
thank you for the ideas! + You really have an unique sense of humor and literary talent 🙂
Thank you! ❤
You are hilarious! I love your joyous spirit and celebration of unusual combinations. Can’t wait to read your future posts!
Oh gosh, thank you so much! 🙂
There She Globes
Hahahaha I can’t think of any better way to eat a salad than by topping it with mac n cheese. Well done!
You’ve come up with some very innovative recipes here; food will never be the same again!
My favorite thing to eat right now is toasted sourdough rye bread, with peanut butter, mashed avocado and sauerkraut on top.
WHOA, now that’s an odd combo! And I’m SO intrigued! I ate peanut butter and beets the other night…not sure I’d do that again, but PB is one of those things I’d eat with just about anything!
Yum! Thanks for the recipe for the pudding!!!! Love chips on sandos too!
Yasss!! I haven’t had this pudding in ages. I need to make it again!
Topping a fresh waffle with a ladle full of stew is delish.
Ohhh, interesting!! I would totally try that.
Denyse H Turner
NEVER thought of these combos. Thank you!
I have a unique palate. 🤪
Ooh! This post really took me out of my comfort zone! I’m very trad in the way I eat things – I come from the sort of family that didn’t like sauce, or had sauce on the side of the plate, not on the food, or that ate the vegetables and the potatoes first and saved the meat to the end. I think this was typical for people in the UK at the time I was growing up, but about 1985 food prep and restaurants got better and so we were prepared to have meat with sauce and garlic in stuff like the French and Italians do. I’m still not that adventurous – I consider the widespread serving of eggs with avocado in young people’s brunches the word over an under-reported scandal – although I did like the look of your mac cheese and the chocolate avocado coconut combo, Brittany!
Your comment had me smiling, as I just ate eggs with avocado for breakfast moments ago!! I assure you it’s a delicious combo, but better yet it fuels me for hours without the blood sugar crash!! I think it’s time I make an update version of this post!
Me and my big mouth….! I find a shedload of porridge, with raspberries and banana does the trick for me – if I can hold off until lunch time, I have porridge then, and it keeps me full until dinner.
Hmmm I do not drink coffee but I love sweet potati fries with my BFF’s home made apple butter.
Hi Brittany, thank you for the Like. I wanted to say by the way, the photo connected to your website cheers me up and just thinking of things like your creative recipes which have been on your blog site, makes me smile. Thank you for your presence in the world and in blogging! Susan (South Australia)
Aww Susan, this was so kind. Thank you.