Fruit was a major craving when I was pg w/ my ds. I would seriously devour a mini-platter from the grocery store (you know, the kind that has the yummy cream cheese dip) for dinner. So far, that's only happened once this time.
Chocolate milk. Every morning. Yum-o. Not pregnant, I'm rather indifferent about it.
Chocolate shakes from...of all places, McDonalds. One day, in the peak of morning sickness, my dh, ds and I stopped in for a quick lunch, thinking SOMETHING would appeal to me (I usually love their little cheeseburgers). I took one bite that day and it wasn't going well. I looked over and saw a woman and her son splitting a shake...and knew at that moment that's what I HAD to have....and it was heavenly!
I had a serious aversion to meat last time- especially beef. This time, I'm all about the cheeseburgers. Cheesy, greasy goodness!
Last time I had a Chipotle burrito (ooooooh, the Carnitas!!!!) (which at one time I loved so much I gave it up for Lent) right about the time morning sickness started, and haven't really cared for it since (2 years ago now). Now I have had Chipotle 3 times in the last 2 weeks. It would be more if my dh would let me!
It's funny that a few of you have mentioned sugar and that it has no appeal to you. I seem to be on a high-fructose corn syrup binge! I can not get enough of it!!!!! Gummy worms (the sour kind, Target brand), jelly beans, skittles, dots.......my mouth is watering right now just thinking about it! Not-pregnant, I'm usually not THIS into candy!
SUSHI is something else I want all the time. The sushi place at the mall of america has 2 great cooked sushi rolls I love (one tempura shrimp and the other is a cooked salmon, deep-fried roll of love on a plate), and it's a good thing it's 1.5 hours away or I would be there several times a week. Now the thought of wasabi and soy sauce just made my mouth water.
Smoked meat is definitely out. I almost gag at the smell of smoked anything.
Diet Dr Pepper. I want one every day. We're out.
Last time I went through a lot of phases, it seemed every week or so there was a different "flavor of the week".