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Friday, June 23, 2006

Flirting with Vegetarianism Again...

I've toyed with the idea for some time now. And I guess there've just been too many hot dog and hamburger picnics lately, because I am tired of the whole meat thing...You know, even when I was a vegetarian, I ate fish (what I've heard referred to as "pesca vegetarianism") and I expect that's the route I'll go again...but for the moment, I've got to concentrate on cleaning out the freezer of the meats I've purchased ahead. And in the interim, I'll play with a few new recipes. Here are a couple (Just Press It and Split Peas Soup) that sound particularly good to me (and both blogs are a good source of recipes, if you're interested!). I stop by both of these periodically, for the knitting, too (and Geraldine & The Mitz stop by here often, too.

Tonight however, I'll leave you with a photo of my dinner ... yup, one of my all time favorites, tabouli! Garnished with the curly parsley I've grown on the balcony garden, too!


Blogger Jane said...

Wow! Your own parsley! That is so cool.. My basil is just starting to take off and look like more than seedlings, but with 8 plants in the garden, there's pesto in our future. The tabbouleh looks great. You're making me hungry! {g}

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Veggies,Yarns&Tails said...

Thanks for the recipe endorsement...let me know how you like it when you try the 'real thing' . The photo looks pretty good though, I think! I hope you join the veggie-bloggers. I really can't imagine eating meat now, or living with anyone who does, for that matter. The Mitz says, Headbonks to her pal Meezer.

Have a great weekend, G

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Geraldine said...

PS Your recipe for tonight looks great BTW....

Huggs, Geraldine

10:12 PM  
Blogger Kathy said...

I just love tabouli! What a beautiful plate. I'm so jealous of your balcony garden. We were supposed to go to the nursery and get some plants to get me going today, but, it is raining like no tomorrow here.

8:44 AM  
Blogger Birdsong said...

Great photo, and your own "local" parsley! Eat what makes you feel the healthiest.

11:45 AM  
Blogger Robin said...

Looks yummie!--I know I've thought of doing it again but the one meat I missed most was pork--I too ate fish, you kinda have to when you're married into the seafood business! Good Luck!

5:00 PM  
Blogger Cerella said...

Too funny! I JUST made Tabouli for the first time tonight. My hubby loved it.

8:40 PM  

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