Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Resources for Veggiesauruses


I'm just gonna put this one out there: I love meat. I love chicken nuggets, bacon, sausage and turkey. Hamburgers make me happy. I have eaten both raw horse and fried cartilage. HOWEVER, two of our members are non-meat eatin' folks, and I myself cook for a no-meat kinda guy. Thus, I'm always looking for new recipes that don't hinge around a big ole slab of meat, and don't consist of a pile of raw vegetables dressed with balsamic vinagrette. (For, as we all know, you just don't win friends with salad.)

All joking aside, I love and respect many veggiesaurs. There's always room for more veggies in your diet, and Tina recently posted a few useful links on her blog to some great vegetarian resources. Check them out there, or from our new list in the side bar, Resources for Veggiesauruses. I can't wait to try the General Tso's Tofu and the No-chicken Pot Pie!

5 comments:

T said...

Fried cartilage? Was it pierced? :)

Ms. P said...

It is sooo gross. The Japanese will eat anything, AND they'll tell you it's a delicacy.

Elisha said...

I ate a chicken heart in Japan. It tasted just like any other part of the chicken. My grandma and I also used to eat calves' liver all the time. Nonetheless, I have no problem going meatless for a meal or two, especially when I'm broke or too lazy to go to the grocery store!

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Priya said...

Gross. (the discussion of Chicken Hearts and friend cartilage) However yummmmy those sites look amazing!