So tonight I wasn't really hungry for dinner, but I knew I had to eat something. I looked in the fridge and saw the pickles. I thought, hey, that sounds good, and ate about 1/4 of the jar. Then I figured I'd better eat something else, so I opened up the freezer, saw the ice cream, and thought it also sounded good, and ate a bowl.
It's only now, three hours later, that I realized that I've just fulfilled the biggest stereotype about pregnant women: I ate pickles and ice cream for dinner. And it was really good.
Nice!!! If we had some yummy pickles I would have done the same!! I found dip n dots at the gorcery store and have been eating at least a dish of those each night after my kiddos go to bed! So not sharing those!
Apparently this baby likes ice cream. I'm already starting to get heartburn at night (I didn't get it till the 3rd with DS!) unless I eat ice cream after dinner. Then zero issues. Funny enough the thought of eating other dairy products makes my stomach churn.
HAHA!!!! I asked my DH to get me a pickle from the supermarket on Saturday, I wanted one of those good street fair barrle pickles, so he got me this HUGE deli pickle, unfortunately prior to the pickle i tried to eat a hard boiled egg that grossed me out, so i never made it to the pickle, its still in my fridge LOL...
i have been eating a lot of pickles, too, just not with ice cream. down the street from us, there is a weekly farmer's market with fresh homemade pickles in a variety of flavors/styles. i've been paying them a visit every week!
Thats too funny!
I've been eating a LOT of pickles!! My mom and I canned 60 jars of them last summer (we were CRAZY) but we got a great deal on just picked cukes & fresh dill! They are so refreshing & crunchy...I'm glad I have a snack that is somewhatish healthy!
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Meh, pickles and ice cream is so earlier-this-week. I mean, they don't make me gag or anything, but what I really want now is bologna and cheetos. And I have no idea why, especially since I haven't eaten either in years....