Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
Now where's that Scanners threadbomb when I need it...
My wife, sister-in-law and mother-in-law took my wife's aunt to see the sights and sounds of San Francisco yesterday, as she lives in Vietnam and had never been to the US.
Her aunt viewed a lot of things from the car, or would only spend 5-10 minutes outside at each stop due to not being used to the cold.
Those are awesome pictures, Flux.
Well, my vegetarianism is in full swing, and this is what I had for dinner:
It may not look like much, but it was delicious. Tomatoes sauteed in extra virgin olive oil, sprinkled with fresh parmesan cheese, celery salt, oregano, and a dash of pepper, sitting on a bed of green lettuce drizzled in olive oil and sprinkled with parmesan cheese.
The tomatoes were good, though they got softer than I wanted. Next time I'll just have to cut them a might bit thicker.
Looks delicious, J. Allen!
Great. Now I have a craving for a big salad.
^And here I am craving bison.
Great. Now I want a bison burger to go with a salad.
(*Stephen Colbert angry fist shake*)
^I'll probably have salad for dinner. But I wouldn't mind some smoked bison!
Those Tony Little bison burger promotions on home shopping channels almost always make my stomach growl. Bison is so good.
^I've only had bison burger at powwows, so it's been years -- since I was a kid. I had some good jerky awhile back, though.
What is it about bison that makes the taste unique? Versus, say, a hamburger?
^Bison tastes very much like beef -- they are, after all, basically the same animal. It is leaner, however, but not chewy or gamey.
I'm trying to convert you all. You will all fall before me! <cackles>
Now I want a bison burger, too.
Hmm. Maybe I'll check it out. The drive thru at BiSonic?
Wow, J. as a veggie-man. Who knew?!
If you need some recipe ideas--either raw or cooked--lemme know.
If you like to talk to tomatoes
If a squash can make you smile
If you like to waltz with potatoes
Up and down the produce aisle...
Yep, that's J, all right.
Bad vegetarian. Bad! I was vegetarian for awhile, but it was hard with my diabetes, and I was more idealistic then. I still support and understand the lifestyle though, and both my sisters and both nephews are vegan.
Aside from the cheese, that sounds like the worst meal ever.
RoJoHen - carnivore.
I'll take all the help I can get!
I had tried once before, some years ago, and managed for a year. This time it's much more important to me. My blood glucose was in the upper 240s four days in a row, and coupled with my blood pressure being high, and the likelihood that I have high cholesterol (can't afford the blood test to know for sure), and I said "that's it, I've had enough."
I know that as a vegetarian, I can at least bring my blood sugar and blood pressure under better control.
"Hey guys, can we get some b to go on this lt?"
Not even kidding. I don't eat lettuce or tomatoes. I think salads are one of the most disgusting things ever.
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