Oatmeal is like that for me sometimes too. But I realized, as our long summer finally ended and winter set in here in the pacific northwest, that I was suddenly craving stews and meat loaf, etc. I love the smell of a good stew as it simmers away on the stove on a cold afternoon.
It works in reverse too. I don't think I've ever had a lemonade in winter.View Thread
Well, I think I'm glad I'm answering this question after the parties that happened last week. It looks back to normal and healthier again.
Jugs of water, iced tea (for when my sons visit), beer (for when my older son visits), apples, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, various salad dressings, diet coke, a bit of cheese, scones, various condiments, pickles, organic juice for when my grandkids visit. One thing I need to throw out is some old sugar free chocolate pudding (it really wasn't good and I just need to get rid of it because I know I'm not going to eat it). No milk nor eggs due to allergies.
Freezer: chicken, popsickles (for grandkids), rye bread, more scones. I tend to clean out the freezer more regularly and only buy what I need in the short term.View Thread
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