Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Current Obsession

Vanilla sugar wafers.
Preferably the store brand. And don't give me any of that fake pink "strawberry" shit, either - I just want The Real (off-brand) Deal.

There was an entire summer where I had to have a Butterfinger every day, or I would die.

When I was in college, I came across the recipe for Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Biscuits. They were SO AWESOME. There were a few months where I made them about once a week, and my roommate and I used it as currency to get our friend Aaron to do the things we didn't want to deal with, like kill the roach we'd had trapped under a coffee cup for three days.

Last year it was open-faced yummy organic peanut butter sandwiches with just a teeny tiny drizzle of honey, and a small cup of chocolate milk.

Do you ever go through food phases, where there is something you MUST EAT ALL THE TIME or you will melt into a puddle?


Allie said...

LOL, I comepletely know what you're talking about, my thing right now is smoked sausage, weird!

The Bouldins said...

Yes, yes, yes ... and not just when I was pregnant (with Julia I drank over a gallon of sweet tea EACH DAY; with Dax it was Coke ... the real stuff, just the non-caffeinated version)

There was the summer my lunch consisted of half a PB&H sandwich, a sliced apple, five slices of sharp white cheddar cheese and some croutons. For several months earlier this year, I was obsessed with Claussen mini kosher dill pickles. I had one every day. My current thing is peanut M&Ms. Love them!

I am Trish Marie said...

I think I have food loyalty issues. I can only love one food at a time. Generally, it isn't even a good food. Last year it was this one premade salad from the grocery store. Although, really it was just the dressing. I could have dumped the lettuce out and just licked the container. After that, it was brown cinnamon oatmeal. Now? Apples and rice pudding. Not together, just one after the other. Many servings a day.

John said...

How about some Raman with vienna sausages and crackers. It's the nuts!