Anti-Social Snacking…

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It’s funny how your tastebuds change and develop as you get older. As I have mentioned in other posts, I do have a sweet tooth which is often my downfall, although I do have a fondness for certain savoury snacks.

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My lost love….

I used to adore pizza, all melting cheese and spicy tomato, until one day, unaccountably, my usual pizza left me with such awful indigestion simply nothing would quell it. I have, since then, isolated the culprit – cheese. That’s actually quite upsetting as I am quite fond of cheese… the creamy texture of mozzarella… the savoury bite of Cheddar and the delicate crumbly flavour of white Stilton with apricots. I would be better off swallowing napalm really, considering the intestine-torturing, gut-wrenching fiery pain cheese now wreaks upon me.

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Dragon fruit…interesting

Likewise garlic – I am very fond again of the multi-layered oniony flavour, my partner? He’s not so keen as it does tend to linger. And linger. However, at this new point of love and understanding in our relationship, when we were out shopping the other day, he recalled my fondness for a certain potato snack… let’s call them…”Ogre Nibbles”. In particular, I like the pickled onion flavour.

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Chinese Quince…no thanks…

I only really eat pickled onions once a year, at Christmas, when, for some reason, they seem to constitute an integral part of the festive fare, even though we never eat them at any other time. For me, they present an irresistible temptation, the fragrant wash of pungent vinegar across my palate… followed by the choking, crunchy onion. So then, to find this masochistic taste sensation in a crisp was something I had to try and share…much to my partner’s horrified and fascinated distaste.

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A rainbow of colour and texture!

The delectable crunch, the spicy burn… oh yes, something to be savoured and shared with people, whether they want to or not. A charming side effect of these starchy snacks is that they linger and permeate. I was amused to see my partner lean in to kiss me after I had consumed a packet – then reel away, horrified at the oniony stench.

Manfully, he returned for another try… so here it is:

Love Is…Kissing Someone Even If They Smell Like They’ve Bathed In Finest Malt Brown Vinegar!

16 thoughts on “Anti-Social Snacking…

  1. The cheese problem may be that you are developing lcatose intolerance, which may happen as you – er- age. When it became a problem for me I began taking “Lact-Aid” and am still able to enjoy dairy products.

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  2. Love, love, LOVE this beautiful, incredible, fabulous post …. all about love.

    My head is now singing
    ” Kiss today goodbye
    The sweetness and the sorrow
    Wish me luck, the same to you
    But I can’t regret
    What I did for love, what I did for love”

    Ahh the things we do for love are many, and sometimes minor … but they all count. ~ Cobs. xxx

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