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Old 01-04-06, 09:23 PM
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What FOOD CRAVINGS do you get?

Ok, yeah, Big mac attacks once in a dog's age.

Dove bars once in a while.

Currently - I must have a salt craving - I'm eating anchovies straight out of the can.

How about you?
Old 01-04-06, 09:26 PM
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Three muskateers.
Sushi.
Thai panang curry.

Yeah, that's about it.
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I ALWAYS have a craving for sushi - so I guess that is technically not a craving.
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No, it's a craving. A very real and healthy craving for manna from heaven.
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Ill third sushi...Along with BBQ and some good catfish and grits. As far as sweets, cookies are my downfall. Damn, just posting about this is getting me hungry.
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I eat a lot of chicken and fish. When it's been a long time since I have had red meat, I get cravings for a big fat juicy steak.
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Chinese food in general, although mainly fried rice and sesame chicken.
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or in powder form. I haven't seen that in a can in ages.
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Chocolate, coffee, bleu cheese, salad greens (I know, weird) and occassionally a glass of ice cold milk.
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chocolate
sushi
'Panda Express' - Orange Chicken
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Cupcakes every once in a while I have a hankering for them. I'll eat like 4 in one sitting.
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Curry chicken
Hot wings
Onion rings
Pizza
Popeyes chicken
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Indian Food.

I swear I can't go a week without eating it and when I do it's like I'm in a state of euphoria. I'm pretty sure Indian food has "Happy ingredients". As a matter of fact, I'm taking myself to the movies tonight and before I go I'm stopping at one of my favorite Indian food places.

Other cravings include: Mongolian BBQ, Japanese, and Persian Food.

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Indian food does have its merits. I have an indian grocery up the street from me, so I buy prepackaged masala with paneer and just add chicken once I get home. It's delicious.
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Chocolate.
and every once and a while The Cheesecake Factory's BBQ Chicken Pizza.
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I'll second Giantorobo on Indian food. Indian food is happy food!

Also:
PB & J sandwiches
Freshly-roasted sea salt and lemon pistachios from the eastern grocery store
Ritz crackers (I can't buy any - I'll eat them in a day)
St-André cheese
Bacon-topped pizza
Ginger ale
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Dim sum. Yum!
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
Chocolate, coffee, bleu cheese, salad greens (I know, weird) and occassionally a glass of ice cold Durex.
Fixed.
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Originally Posted by Giantrobo
As a matter of fact, I'm taking myself to the movies tonight and before I go I'm stopping at one of my favorite Indian food places.

Othe cravings: Mongolian BBQ, Japanese, and Persian Food.
So did you score? After dinner & and movie I would hope so.




To answer the original question, chicken sandwhiches from Kwik Trip (midwest version of 7-11) It's just a fried chicken patty on a bun with a slice of mozzerella chesse but it's so good.
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I usually eat really healthy but i have to have Taco Bell and Chocolate once in a while.
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Originally Posted by NORML54601
So did you score? After dinner & and movie I would hope so.


Score? No, I went alone. That's how I do it these days. Anyway, I got out late to I ended up eating Theater food instead of Indian food.
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Pepperoni pizza
Totino's Pizza Rolls
Princess Chicken (chinese)
Quizno's Smoked Turkey on Rosemary Parmesan Bread (or sometimes just a homemade turkey sandwich)
Steak-ums sandwich (I like mine with BBQ or Garlic A1, and cheddar)


Used to be Taco Bell, but that was before I became a night shifter. Now if I don't get Taco Bell before 2am (4am on weekends) the only other food option in town is McDonald's (yuck).

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Sushi
Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup
Chipotle Chicken Fajita Burito
Quizno's Chicken Carbanara
Quizno's Black Angus
Mandarin House's Kung Pao Chicken (Local joint)

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