The satisfaction of a craving


Pronunciation: \ˈkrā-viŋ\
Function: noun
Date: 1633
an intense, urgent, or abnormal desire or longing

It’s actually all Rachel’s fault… She had to go and buy THIS book, which contained a mouthwatering photo of sliced avocados on toasted English muffins. Then, she had to show the book to me. I spotted the picture, and immediately commenced craving that particular dish. Somehow, every time I made it to the grocery store, I neglected to purchase the needed ingredients. The craving began to wane. But then, Rachel had to go and do THIS, and the craving came back with a vengeance.

So finally, we got around to making them, and the satisfaction of that long-term craving was worth all the wait….



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