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The Seven Deadly Food Sins

Hey, y’all!!! Hola, welcome (do we know the word for that? bienvenidos I knew we did… right… that. I apologize for spelling errors), relax, pull up a chair.Tie a napkin round your neck, cherie (I think that’s how you spell it at least it is).

Anyway, we didn’t intend to debate Spanish or to quote Beauty and The Beast. We’ve most all heard of the seven deadly sins, right? Well, I think most of us have also heard of “sinful foods” so we’re going to take a little liberty to combine the two lists.

Sit back enjoy (and feel all kinds of guilt) thinking about The Seven Deadly Food Sins.

Number One: Chocolate covered Ritz crackers. I haven’t seen them sold in a while but that may be because people were getting addicted and staying on cloud nine too much because of them.

Number Two: Pasta. All kinds of pasta. Specifically, chicken alfredo(YES!!!). But you cannot possibly go wrong with a starch and cheese. When in doubt, pasta.

Number Three: Cake balls. Whether on a stick to form a cake pop or just covered in chocolate on their own, you can’t go wrong (I think I just said that about pasta, but both might be true, I guess 😉 yes but since I’m having to cover the desserts, I can use it once, too) with the delicious treats. ❤

Number Four: Cheese…on/in anything. A dish automatically becomes more delicious and more sinful by adding cheese(normal dishes anything!!!). Cheese can turn broccoli into something terribly unhealthy and amazing. It adds to the savoriness of potatoes. Cheese–make good choices.

Number Five: Hot now Krispy Kreme doughnuts. The original glazed kind, no doubt. They are so fresh and warm and the bread is light and soft while the icing is crumbly and crisp. They aren’t fair when you need to stress self-control. It’s awful. They’re too good.

Number Six: French fries, a food often referred to as “the new cigarette” (I didn’t know that, cool, but YESSSS, french fries) due to their terrible qualities but addictive nature. They are the perfect to side to practically anything. (Bonus: Onion rings, the french fry’s smelly cousin. Less so but they aren’t too bad.)

Number Seven: Now, the food that inspired this whole list and is probably the one we agree about completely and totally even to the degree which it should be illegal: Burger King’s Red Velvet Oreo Milkshake. If you even think you begin to like red velvet stuff or Oreos, or even ice cream, you’ve got to try it. If you live near a Burger King, that is. If not, I’m so sorry, get a cousin or a stranger to ship you one in a freezer box to try.

If this post has not inspired you to raid the fridge, then we have failed. If it’s inspired you to find your own Seven or to create one that would make our list, then we have not failed. So… Do that.

Keep your toes on the typewriter and your tongue in the canning jars (or just a Mason jar). 🙂 😉 😀 😛

Eat to live because that’s important, but eat as you wish to live. Eat well, which includes eating things that are enjoyable. Oh, and drive safely.

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