I love cooking in general and the possibilities are so much fun. I recently visited my father who cooks on a grill most nights. We'd buy $300 worth of meat freeze it. One day a week we'd spend hours outside cooking for the week and eating some fresh off the grill right then...
and shellfish and I don't eat any products from warm-blooded animals, so I'm technically a "pescovegan", but I normally more just say I'm a pescetarian…LOVE sushi, especially when I make it myself! :-)
the top of the food chain to be vegetarians. No offence to all vegetarians and vegans out there, but you simply can't judge and force your opinions on everyone. I eat vegetables and I eat meat. Deal with it!
I know how that hamburger got from the field, to the table. When I went hunting with my husband the first time, and he 'cut open the kill'... eyes wide I looked at him and said 'Is it weird that I'm suddenly comforted by that smell ?!' Yes, scent takes us back, decades. I'm...
When girls find it difficult to deal with its aroma, texture and taste, I am absolutely fine with it.
I try cooking it as delicious as possible, adding perfect spices and herbs without overcooking it.
I don't mind having it every alternate day. ;-)
where we ate mainly game meat. I love the smell as it sizzles on the grill. That savory smell gets my mouth to watering. The taste of it is purely heaven. Who needs steak sauce, catsup, or tartar sauce. Meat in its own juices. Yum. Med rare please.
and my family is feasting on tender and moist country style ribs hickory smoked on the grill until they fall off the bone, perfectly grilled polish sausage, thick hamburgers, and perfectly seasoned lamb chops....yes
Why limit your eating choices when your digestive system is designed otherwise? Meat has enormous nutritional value. Besides, it's tasty. The only good reason for being vegetarian is if you don't quite fancy the taste of meat.