I'm definitely the bookish type. I read a lot. Maybe a novel a week with a major philosophic work thrown in here and there. French writers are my favorite (from Baudelaire to Duras and Bergson to Bourdieu) and I read them in the original (conversation partners? My spoken French is getting terrible). That being said, I'm also interested in other literatures from other places and time periods. But I am pretty ignorant of contemporary stuff (recommendations are always welcome).
This is not to say that I spend my life locked up in my room. I certainly need to get out and grab a few (too many) beers with some friends. In fact, if I'm seen with that 300 page novel two weeks in a row, it probably means I've been throwing back a few too many.
Although I used to be a music junky, these days it serves mostly as background music to my daily activities (perennial faves: Tom Waits, Miles Davis, Coltrane, Mingus, Bartok, Steve Reich, Sonic Youth, Wu Tang, Ornette, Black Sabbath).
Authors: Beckett, Deleuze, Foucault, Proust, Nabokov, Blanchot, Borges, Bataille, Duras, Lispector, surrealism, le nouveau roman, Woolf, Jacques Rancière, WG Sebald, Emily Brontë.
Cine-stuff: The Battle of Algiers, Antonioni, Bela Tarr, Tarkovsky, David Lynch, Resnais, Godard, Woody Allen, Jarmusch, Buñuel, Marcel Carné, Orson Welles, Jean Renoir, Agnes Varda.
As for food: I pretty much love it all and pride myself on at least trying everything (except for Sannakji).
Radio: I used to like listening to NPR on the rare occasions I drove my car, but now I just listen to GZA's LIQUID SWORDS.
Visual stuff: Bellmer, Bacon, Cezanne, Delacroix, Ernst, Kandinsky, Magritte, Dali (even though he's a fascist-lover).