Green is Good.

Okay, we’re going vegetarian for a couple of weeks.

That’s right.

1 from the barbecue capital of Texas + 1 who recently purchased this = 2 who are going veggie.

I’m not exactly sure why we’re doing it, and I’m not sure how long it will last, but I know this. This means that earlier the brilliant husband (mmhm, that’s right, I said the brilliant husband, Blancosizzle, so please just suck it) planned all of our meals for the week, then went to the grocery store, and is currently chopping lots of green things in the kitchen, of our home, which now smells amazing. So. So far, I love being a vegetarian so freaking much, I can hardly stand it.

However, I won’t know for sure how much I love it until the Padrino gets here, so we can finally taste it, paired with the batch of watermelon margs I just made to counteract the healthiness of the cuisine.

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  1. Maya says:

    Good for you! I've often said I'd go veggie IF only I a) could choke down eggs and tofu/soy products b) was a much, much better cook. As it is, its a bit of chicken, some fish and that's it for me. Viva la veggie! I neeeed those watermelon margies. They look so, so, so refreshing and good.

  2. Jenny says:

    Good job! Glad to know someone's doing the right thing while I eat sweet little chickens for my own amusement.In your honor I'm going to get the BEAN burrito today. (Although I think it's flavored with lard.)

  3. mothergoosemouse says:

    Kudos to you guys! There's a lot to be said for veggie.Besides, as long as those watermelon margaritas are veggie, then I think I could cope with the loss of chicken, fish, and filet mignon.

  4. Lady M says:

    Followed the link back here from your comment at Mom101's place. I love your line, "Making people is hard." :)

  5. Super Zoe says:

    Awesome! I can't wait to be a vegetarian, too!Um, Slim Jims are veggie, right??!

  6. Fizzle says:

    Oh I see all the "kudos!", "good jobs" you're getting. Am I alone in my shock? Queso sin carne?I don't know, GCQ, I just don't know how I feel about this. You might singlehandedly be destroying the image of Texanites we have all so lovingly crafted for years. Next thing you know, you'll be saying "no more big hair!". Or "I'm selling this gas guzzling truck and buying a car that doesn't have a gun rack". What do we have in this world if we can't hang on for dear life to our beloved stereotypes?!In the meantime….I have a blender ready for you to make use of when meats on the menu again and the other BIg City's your vacation destination…

  7. Girl con Queso says:

    Yes, Queso sin Carne. It's a freak show over here.And you'll be sad to know that my hair is small and I'm scared of guns.But I do ride my horse to work. Of course.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Nope. It can't last. It's unTexas, unLockhart, and unNatural. But I raise my glass of red wine in toast to you for givin' something new a try…and dig into my big delicious steak. – E

  9. Mommy off the Record says:

    I'm a pescovegetarian (I eat fish but no other meat). I love it!Good for you for trying it out. With all the great "meatless" meat products out there, it's not even that hard–except maybe around Thanksgiving.Tofurky anyone?

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