Word Prompt – Craving

“I love healthy stuff and junk an equal amount. Whatever I’m craving, I go for it. I’m never trying to lose weight – or gain it. I’m just being.” — Kelly Clarkson

W E E K L Y  W O R D  P R O M P T  —  C R A V I N G

Pregnant women are not the only people in the world to have cravings. Reportedly much of what they do consume has been labelled bizarre or repulsive but we all have our moments when logic is abandoned and satisfying a personal craving takes center stage.

From time to time I personally enjoy a slice of cheddar cheese smothered in peanut butter and sandwiched between two slices of brown bread. It may sound disgusting but if you really give it half a chance it tastes great.

The two flavors complement one another in such a way that you start craving your next adventure into flavor town in not time flat. But my particular craving for such unusual food combinations is not really that unique. At least I don’t think it is.

This week my partner Susan and myself invite you to lay it on the line and tell us in your own words your own food cravings. Be as specific or as vague as you like but do share with us here.

You might have fellow readers out there who share not only your cravings but your passion for the same kind of food treat.


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