My home page is a mix of food, pretty flowers, cats & funny sayings. I have noticed a proliferation of food items with "Crack" included in the name - The one I was looking at was "Cracked out Chicken Bubble-up" Eh?
Just out of curiosity, I typed "crack" in the Pinterest search bar. - Holy cow -
Cheese & garlic crack bread
Crack slurp noodles
Maple caramel bacon crack
and of course
Cracked out chicken bubble-up
So, I'm wondering if any of the people who named these dishes have ever tried crack?
I'm wondering if any of the people who named these dishes have any friends or family members who have ruined their lives because they actually ARE addicted to crack.
Maybe they need to look up addiction in the dictionary - a habit of activity, often injurious - Synonyms include:
Gracie - a few days after "gotcha day" in 2011 - when we FINALLY let them outside to explore the big outdoors -
Gracie, last month - Bless her heart.
She's our little tootsie roll - & loves, loves, loves The Shepherd. Sometimes when I come to bed, she is snuggled up as close to him as she can get - whiskers to whiskers - it's sooo cute (but you'll just have to imagine that one folks - ...I'd be looking for a new place to sleep if I took that picture, if you know what I mean...)