Food weaknesses : LUSENET : I'd Rather Eat Glass : One Thread

Whisper in my ear and confess your food weakness. What is it that you simply can't live without in your refrigerator or cupboard?

-- Anonymous, April 29, 2000


You have to ask? Chunky Monkey and Phish Food. And,yes, I'm spending more time at your journal than mine lately. Even with a mouse you have more of a life than I do. All I have is a barking rat.

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000

Ice Cream


Oh and I bet my lizard would LOVE some of those crickets chirping outside your window :]

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000

It's about time I post some juicy dish in my own forum, right? Okay, ice cream. Ice cream and coffee...and I'll confess that I go nuts if I think I'm even close to running out of coffee beans. I almost panic, so I always buy extra large amounts of coffee beans. It's sad. So sad.

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000

Coffee, coffee, coffee... crackers, and fruit. I'm completely dependent on all of those, and if I have olives it's a bonus. I'm also freakishly attached to breakfast and get very disturbed if we've run out of something I absolutely need to start the day. Not being a morning person means I need the security of routines to make it to 10am when my brain finally starts to function...

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000

Yeah, so when there's no cheese in the house there's nothing to eat, so what? :-)

And macaroni. Also, if the potatoes are gone, what will we cook?

My own personal vice is potato chips. They don't make them bags big enough. Big enough for my ever-expanding thighs......

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000

Ahh...I couldn't resist...this is my very first ever forum post, (lost my vir-gin-ity!), and must be about food...Food weaknesses are so so evil! Mine is actually cheese fries and gravy - mozzerella cheese, of course. *wondering suddenly if she spelled that correctly* Oh, I know, it just screams heart disease and cholesterol and fat fat FAT but.....mmmm, there are days when a big ol plate of cheese fries and gravy are all I can think of.

Argh! Like right NOW! I knew these forums were only gonna spell trouble... :)

-- Anonymous, May 03, 2000

I cannot be without:

The very expensive, very salty, very unique parmegiano reggiano.

It's made in the Emilo-Reggiano area of Italy. The dregs of cheese making are fed to the pigs who live down the road, from whom proscuitto is made.

This, plus scallions, noodles, tons of butter & fresh basil if ya got it makes the best comfort food of all time.

-- Anonymous, May 03, 2000

Food weakness is probably french bread and sourdough bread. And cookie dough....mmmmm....cookie dough.

But the one thing I can't live without is soda. I am a caffeine junkie and often swear that I need it to live...addictions are a bitch. Due to an unfortunate olfactory memory, coffee makes me flashback to a smell of very waxy crayons (Prang in fact) and bad gas station "brew" and it makes me feel ill. Bummer. So it's soda for this gal.

-- Anonymous, May 04, 2000

Oreos. They call me from the cabinet. And homemade, baked mac and cheese. Weak. I'm so weak.

-- Anonymous, May 13, 2000

Onion Sandwiches! The Food of the Gods! They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away but an Onion a day keeps Everybody away!

-- Anonymous, May 15, 2000

M&M's. Regular, not the ones with a peanut inside and not the crispy ones. If I find I am out of them I completely freak out. I even went to a gasstation in the middle of the night (3 am) to get a bag. Had to drive 4 miles for them. There ARE times I can resist, but never for more than 3 days in a row. I need help... Help!

-- Anonymous, May 23, 2000

Cheez-its and Root Beer. Yeah, together. It's heaven. :o)

-- Anonymous, May 27, 2000

Mac and Cheese. And not the classy homemade baked kind somebody above was talking about, but the Kraft, blue box, powder kind. I typically buy four boxes every two weeks. I would eat it 3 meals a day for years before I got sick of it. (to redeem myself a little, my mother-in-law makes wonderful homemade baked mac and cheese that I love even more, I'm just too lazy to fix it.)

-- Anonymous, May 30, 2000

Chocolate! and cadbury cream eggs, and honey roasted macadamia nuts, and cheese and onion potatoe crisps, and Thorntons Viennese Truffles, and and and all the other good things we can't get at the moment...

-- Anonymous, February 03, 2001

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