Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Meat Monday...Oops!

So, my first attempt at Meatless Monday as a bust. I didn't remember it was Monday until I had already started defrosting the ground Bison (so delicious and somewhat ironic). However, I am determined to make up for it today! Breakfast was whole grain toast with honey. Lunch is... in limbo. I put in my whitening trays before hopping on the computer (the only time I knew I could stop smoking and/or eating long enough for them to work), unfortunately I forgot to eat something first so now it's 1:42 and I'm starving. So, perhaps a late light salad when I get home.

Dinner is going to be sauteed green beans and shallots, glazed carrots, and.... No idea. I need some sort of protein replacement but I'm at a loss. I don't like beans; I have no dark leafy greens. It looks like carrots have some as well as potatoes, so maybe... Ah hell!


Our 1st DFW blogger meeting/drink-a-thon is tomorrow at Sherlock's on 75 and Park at 7:30 PM. The guest list includes so far: Shine, Gofahne, Natalie, Mary, Carissa, possibly Blue-eyed Brunette, Antje, and Me (and you?). I am looking forward to meeting many of these bloggers for the 1st time and learning the ways of the jedi.
This may be the shortest post I've ever done, but I can't take it anymore! I'm hungry. Damn you teeth whitening! Can't I just get the surgery? I'm off to finish watching disc 1 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". It was strongly recommended to me by several friends and now I know why: They are these guys! See you on the flip side.

3 comments:

  1. That's one of the toughest things about the initial no-meat diet (even if just for a day): changing the way you think about meals. I still get made fun of for "eating like a child," in that I primarily eat plates of side items. There's usually some sort of carb and multiple veggies, all in very small lumps on a giant plate. I'm used to it by now, but I hear that all the time from people trying to make the switch. "But what is your...meat?!"

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  2. I think it's hilarious that you didn't just have some chicken by accident, but you went all-out with some motherfucking bison. Was it by chance wrapped in bacon and stuffed with veal?

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  3. I know!!! Another beauty of living in Texas- Bison. It's inexpensive, contains less fat than beef, and is mighty tasty. Besides, I belive if you're going to fail, fail hard.

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