Eating For Two Features Meals Inspired by Prenatal Food Urges

By: Misel Saban - Sep 9, 2015
References: eatingfortwocookbook & foodiggity
It's often said that pregnancy cravings leave the body hungry for bizarre food pairings that bring together contrasting flavors and tastes. The Eating For Two cookbook is based around this philosophy of prenatal food appetites and showcases various bizarre cravings as upscale gourmet meals followed by witty recipe instructions.

The Eating For Two is a unique cookbook that focuses on the hormonal change and diets women undergo when pregnant. The book showcases dozens of bizarre meals that bring together unlikely food items based on real cravings of pregnant participants. The meals are arranged as gourmet plates which strikingly contrasts how haphazard the cravings typically are. Some of the meals featured in the book include mashed potatoes topped with a swirl of caramel sauce, Oreos covered in a toothpaste drizzle and a bacon-wrapped Mars chocolate bar burger.