Eating Our Neighbors Is So Yesterday

“I have no doubt that it is part of the destiny of the human race, in its gradual improvement to leave off eating [other] animals, as surely as the savage tribes have left off eating each other when they came into contact with the more civilized.” Henry David Thoreau, Walden

5 thoughts on “Eating Our Neighbors Is So Yesterday

  1. Love that Thoreau said this so long ago. How timely! As I get my blogging feet under me again once more, I intend to post about my highly successful mushroom ‘faux’ Shepherd’s Pie I did recently that was a huge hit for a big family gathering. Also while I was away from blogging I’ve been loving Pinterest and cherish my meatless board. Even though I’ve been away for awhile, I thought about YOU as I researched and have been making vegetarian dishes. We can all learn to wean ourselves off meat. Thank you for another great post! xo G

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    1. There are too many fantastic veggie dishes for anyone to *have* to eat piggy flesh or any other flesh on a regular occasion. As for shepherd’s pie, please…do share!  You may have missed my first recipe posts in your absence, here and here. WP’s recipe card is a cinch to use and makes your *card* printable. Though I’m no food blog, there are some regular and easy favorites in my arsenal that I plan on sharing as I can squeeze them in.  Cheers, Gina.  Thanks for coming by!

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      1. Wow, I love both those posts and thank you for telling me about the WP recipe card. Super cool. I will share my recipe soon! Also, this post’s title is great, especially to tie in with the ‘historical’ quote.

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