What kind of experience do you go through when reading an older work of yours? Do you cringe, raise your eyebrows in your past wittiness, start rewriting the mistakes, etc? Is there any excitement or amusement that you find while doing so?
I'll get nostalgic and touch it up.
When you wrote your first fic, how long did it take you to actually home in on what you really wanted to do with the plot/climax?
Not too long--ironically enough, I got bogged down with a filler.
What type of scenes you would consider your weak point? Your strong point? Is there a scene you really want to pull off in the future?
Weak point: Beginnings
Strong point: Comic, musical number, and crazy scenes
How much focus does food get in your fics? Is it briefly passed over, melts into the background, or is it non-existent? Is there a scene in your fic that relies on food's presence in order to move the plot further?
If food is involved in my work, one of two things will happen:
A.: Perfectly normal meal
or B.: Food fight
Sometimes perfectly normal meals have devolved into food fights
Do you take a moment in your fic to propose your own explanation on how the Pokémon world's technology works? How is it done? Do you do it often? How much in detail do you go into it?
Yes I will do this if an explanation is not given or implied in the show. They are typically done in a question and answer style--one character (representing the audience) asks the questions, the know-it-all character (representing me) gives the answers. My answers can get pretty detailed, which is why they don't appear too often
In your Pokémon fics, do you guys really bother trying to give x trainer's pokémon respective personalities? And if yes, is it really that important to your writing?
Yes--they're no different than fleshing out the human characters.