Food choice

We Americans, many of us, are lucky to have access to a huge bounty, daily, in supermarkets, convenience stores, and even stores like Target, a plethora of foods.

Some of us grab for what looks good (meaning we liked it the last ninety-nine times we ate it), and some of us are rather picky. That pickiness varies, however.

I’m picky based on 1) ingredients; and, 2) flavor.

I eat less meat that most of my contemporaries (but not all), and more than most of the human inhabitants of this globe. Offered above: vegetarian lasagne—whole-wheat pasta, long-simmering sauce from scratch, three kinds of cheese (should have been four), pesto added on top because I forgot to layer in the basil leaves.

See, one of a kind. Again, JCB would say.

…and you thought I’d never finish this entry without mentioning Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma. Ooops.


  1. mouse's moom says:

    Every time I look at this dern lasagne, I think, “I should go take a refrigerator inventory and make a list and go buy the ingredients for one of my variations on vegetarian lasagne.” And since there’s almost nothing in the refrigerator, that means I have a long list. I’m gonna do it with pesto and if I forget to put the pesto inside, I’m gonna do it just like you did.

  2. Sammy says:

    Thanks; hope it was tasty!