One of the oft-heard criticisms of Twitter is that people tweet way too much about what they're having for lunch. As a fan of both Twitter and eating, I fail to see why anyone would consider that a problem.
When I was growing up, I had relatives in South Dakota and we often wrote letters back and forth. My Great-Aunt Edith, who was a wonderful cook, would fill her letters with entire paragraphs about what meals they'd had recently. At the time, we'd joke about all of the food mentions, but I have absolutely no room to talk because I'm now doing the same thing, only electronically.
As the big list of recipes to the right implies, I enjoy cooking and baking. I also like going out to eat. I think food is interesting and I like hearing what my Twitter buddies have to say about where they're going for lunch, what great new recipes they've found, and what kind of candy they're planning on buying for the trick-or-treaters this week.
So if you find that your tweets tend to be about breakfast, lunch, happy hour hors d'oeuvres and dinner, that's just fine with me. Perhaps we'll have a tweetup somewhere delicious someday.