Not that kind of vegetarian…..

Last weekend when my sister and her man were here, we were kidding around about our eating habits.  When she first met him, she was trying to explain our kind of vegetarian.

She told him simply,”we’re not vegetable vegetarians, we’re more like Taco Bell vegetarians.”

Very true.  Ok, so maybe we don’t mean Taco Bell literally, but the point was good.  We are not health fanatics.

Usually, when people hear you don’t eat meat, they instantly throw some grilled veggies on a plate – which is very nice, and I am always appreciative.  But really, that’s not what I want.  I want a meal.  Something with some love, some pizzaz, or at least some cheese.

Something like this…

or something like this…..

These two amazing meals were made possible by the good people at The Fairmont Hotel in Boston.  I love Boston.

7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. What I Desired To Say
    May 18, 2012 @ 17:34:04

    Taco Bell vegetarian? WTF?


    • wifemothereventplanner
      May 18, 2012 @ 17:40:16

      I know. Crazy right. But it makes the point – which is – we ain’t no health freaks. We just happened to grow up meat-free.


      May 18, 2012 @ 21:19:05

      I could live off of cheese doodles and Kraft meals-in-a-box. My “man” thinks I’m not Indian at all, but an incredibly tan rural Kentucky mobile home resident. The Taco-Bell Vegetarian enjoys eating every type of trash that does not include meat products. Sometimes they are called Lacto-Ovo Taco-Bell Vegetarians, but that name gets tedious 🙂 PS: No offense to Taco Bell. Or inhabiters of mobile homes in any of our 50 beautiful states.


  2. coffeepoweredmom
    May 18, 2012 @ 19:52:43

    *is jealous of the second photo* what is that? Can you make it at home? Do you know how? When are you going to post the recipe?
    That photo made me drool.


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