MX32 Food Cravings
To crave a food means you love it and want to eat it often. Hear six people's cravings.
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A food I always crave, well, now I'm not living in Ireland. I always crave Irish soda bread. My grandmother used to make it when I was a child in a really old-fashioned fire oven and there was nothing like it. It's kind of, some people describe it as cake without bread, without sugar, but it's quite heavy and it's really healthy and good for the body.
Jeannie, The United States
A food I always crave is probably pizza. I can never get tired of pizza. Anyday you bring up pizza, I can probably eat it. Another one I often crave is popcorn. I'm a big fan of popcorn, butter, ah, I love it.
Martin, The United States
If there's, if I can only mention one food I crave, I'd have to say a euro. I love greek Euro's with lamb and beef and a nice sauce they put on it, especially the one little shop in Seattle where they sold them for three dollars. I miss those very much.
Todd, The United States
The one food that I always crave is hot dogs. I am crazy about hot dogs. I don't know why, maybe because I love baseball, but a hot dog and a nice hot dog bun with good mustard is just the best food in the world, and I know hot dogs are terrible. They're not the best thing to eat. They're not good for your body, but there's just something about the taste of a nice hot dog and a coke. I love it.
The best food which I like, I guess, I love Indian food and though I know how to cook it well but I'm so lazy because it takes so much time to cook Indian food, and right now as I'm in Japan, I prefer eating something ready made, or Japanese food, but I love Indian food, especially North Indian food. I really like it. Yep!
Something I always crave would have to turkey dinner cause when my mom makes Turkey dinner i eat it for about four days straight, breakfast lunch and supper.
I always crave Irish soda bread.
When we 'crave' something, that means we want it really bad. We usually use 'crave' to describe a desire for food. Notice the following:
- I'm craving ice cream. Let's go to Swensen's!
- My sister's got a sweet tooth. She craves deserts.
I can never get tired of pizza.
To 'get tired of something' means to become bored with it. Notice the following:
- Hip-hop's cool, but I get tired of it real fast.
- We never get tired of elllo!
I'm a big fan of popcorn.
We are 'big fans' of someone or something we like a lot. Notice the following:
- Ricardo is a big fan of Real Madrid. He never misses a game!
- I'm not a big fan of Thai food. It's too spicy for
My grandmother made it in a really old-fashioned fire oven.
Something that is 'old-fashioned' was popular in the past, but not so much now. Notice the following:
- I usually eat healthy, but sometimes I crave an old-fashioned hamburger.
- My dad listen's to old fashioned jazz from the 1950's.
I eat it for about 4 days straight.
Here, the phrase ' # days straight' is similar in meaning to 'days in a row'. Notice the following:
- Company employees all work 6 days straight with Sundays off.
- I'm so tired. I haven't slept for 2 days straight.