Wednesday, December 10, 2008
The recipe is from Vegweb. After reading the reviews I added coconut milk and I also had some garam masala in the cupboard, so I added that in place of a little curry. I really do think I will make this again...it was that yummy.
I think I will aim at cooking 3 fully vegan meals a week, 3 which include meat (which I will eat something else that I have cooked especially for me or only some of the veges from that dish) and the other day is the day we just sort of graze and eat whatever. I think that is a fair compromise.
Saturday, December 6, 2008
Since I have been a vegetarian for over 30 year, I was totally shocked. I was sent to the nurse who suggested that I cut down on cheese and chocolate, since those are the only things that I eat which could be contributing to my high cholesterol.
I came home thinking that veganism was looking pretty good so I started to investigate. I've not felt like eating much for the last few weeks, (even though I have gone up two dress sizes because of this horrid illness...grrr) I've started to get an appetite back.
A friend from the UK who is a vegan gave me a heap of links but until now, I haven't felt like doing much about it.
Now, I am starting to get hungry again...
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Not bad considering I started writing fiction in June 2007 and poetry in October 2007.
Monday, July 28, 2008
This weeks theme is 'doctors' and we are encouraged to think outside the box.
This week I thought about my favourite doctor.
Dr Meredith Rodney McKay from Stargate Atlantis
Doctor Meredith Rodney McKay is a fictional character in the TV series Stargate Atlantis, and is played by David Hewlett. His character originated in the parent series, Stargate SG-1, with his first appearance in the episode "48 Hours." Rodney is a brilliant scientist, with degrees in astrophysics and engineering. He is also Earth's leading expert on the Stargate and is currently the lead scientist on the Atlantis expedition.
My other blog entry is here
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Simply Snickers is a weekly poetry prompt. The words that I needed for my poem were 'stand' and 'still'. I had already written a poem for this week...a ghazal and you can find it here. I thought it was a bit depressing so I wrote something happier...a haiku.
And to make it even happier, it is about my all time favourite music group. In fact, I reckon that they are like the Oil of Olay of music groups...ageless and timeless...well at least I think their music is.
I hear The Beach Boys
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
The theme this week is joke.
Little Johnny keeps asking his dad for a television in his bedroom, to which his dad keeps saying no. After all this nagging, dad caves in. Several nights later, Johnny comes downstairs and asks, "Dad, what's love juice?" Dad is horrified, and after looking at mum, who is also gobsmacked, proceeds to give his son the whole works, warts and all. Johnny now sits on the sofa, his mouth open in amazement. Dad asks, "So what is it you've been watching then son?" Johnny replies: "Wimbledon."