Post # 1
(I know, I know, there’s a shit-ton of food related spinoff threads tonight, sorry)
What’s the strangest food or food combo you’ve experienced when pregnant? You always hear the old cliche about pickles and ice cream, but I personally haven’t ever known anyone that ate that combo while expecting. Have you?
My strangest was with my oldest son: I craved (and ate!) a peanut butter sandwich with a sliced boiled egg in between the globs of pb. Looking back now, it’s totally gross, but man, I loved every bite of it at the time. Only had that craving the one time, too, it wasn’t a reg thing. I did crave red wine and beer the whole time, (shakes fist at the cosmos) but no, I didn’t indulge that craving.
My grandmother said she ate fried salmon patties mixed with a root beer float the night before my uncle was born. O.o
Post # 3
Low country broil- my SO was born and raised in New Orleans, so that may have something to do with it. Once I found out I was pregnant, I said “No WONDER I ate that low country broil!” LMAO
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2011 - Gardens of the World
@Wonderwoman217: Ha…peanut butter and egg sandwiches are my husband’s specialty..he eats them all the time! And he cant blame it on pregnancy 😛
Post # 5
I used to love sausage breakfast sandwiches on cinnamon rasin bagels. Not toally wierd, but wierd enough. It was sooooo good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 6
I didn’t have any crazy cravings, mostly peanut butter and milkshakes. One night I had to have beef salami, which is weird for me. My husband went to like 4 different places before he could find it for me… but he knew better than to come home without it!
Post # 7
Ok so if yo uare german this might not be so wierd…but for awhile there I was wanting brats with saurkraut and mustard. Prior to that it was limes. I could slice a lime and just eat it…..limeade is yum! lol Each trimester has brought it’s own craving so we shall see what the third one brings.
Post # 8
I put whipped cream on top of my cereal one time… I also made a mixture one time of cheez-its doused in tobasco sauce with a hardboiled egg on top…