Cutters' Carrie Hunter Answers Five Questions
January 21, 2015 by Screenmag
In the latest installment of our regular running feature, Carrie Hunter, director of Client Services at Cutters Studios in Chicago answers Five Questions With SCREEN.
SCREEN: What's your favorite day of the week?
HUNTER: I have three children 5 and under. All the days kind of blur to look the same. So as long as I'm healthy and they're healthy, it's a good day.
SCREEN: Can you cook? If so, what is your go-to dish?
HUNTER: My husband and I like to experiment, this past Thanksgiving we conceptualized traditional Thanksgiving fare with Authentic Mexican recipes. I found a Mole recipe from Savuer's "The Mexico issue" from 2012 that I'd been hanging on to and finally got to try out. My first time making Mole and it was freakishly delicious.
SCREEN: What's your most-played iPod track?
HUNTER: Music for Zen Meditation by Tony Scott. He was a jazz clarinetist. The album is mostly improvised with him and a shakuhachi player. It's beautiful.
SCREEN: What's your favorite drink, alcoholic or otherwise?
HUNTER: I had this amazing cocktail on my birthday last year at Autre Monde in Berwyn. It was a fancy gin and tonic with rose petals and lemon peels. I dream of that drink.
SCREEN: What's your favorite gadget?
HUNTER: My Breadman Breadmaker. I make bread multiple times a week, with the breadmaker there's no mess and no real work on my part, which is key to my happiness.
SCREEN: Who are you missing right now?
Richard Dean Anderson as MacGyver. The feathered mullet. How can you not miss it!