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Food to make enemies with.

Hey dudes!  I’m dipping my toes back into blogging, after a very hectic last couple of weeks with moving.  The good news is that i’m no longer in Tennessee, the bad news is that the lack of selling our house means that while my husband is starting school, the animals and myself are mooching room and board off of my father-in-law (staying in Tennessee was not an option).  Two people, five dogs, four cats, one house.  Luckily, Chester is the only boy dog and they’re all either too old or too shy to be dicks, so everyone is settling in nicely (though the cats took a little longer to adjust).  Including my farts.

The very first dinner I made for myself here was based on the fact that I wanted buttery, noochy pasta, chickpeas, and broccoli all at once.  After the past few days of living off of take out and gas station snacks, it was a welcome change of pace.  But unless you’re trying to offend everyone around you, I don’t recommend this combination.  Eating this almost got me thrown out of a moving vehicle, and the fart in question happened before I even got in the car. It was like I had found the magical combination to quickly generate the rankest farts ever.  It certainly wasn’t just the beans, I ate chana masala for three meals in a row and i’ve barely made a toot.

So there you have it, the secret to becoming a walking chemical weapon.

P.S.  Didn’t you miss my insightful posts?

posted: 10 January 21
under: family, food, life, pictures

  • http://www.seitanismymotor.wordpress.com Mihl

    Welcome back! I hope the house situation improves soon!

    The pasta looks beautiful, but it sounds dangerous :D

  • http://aimee-thehappyvegan.blogspot.com Aimee

    Ha! Good to know! Welcome back.

  • Beth

    haha- best. insight. EVER.

  • http://lazysmurf.wordpress.com LazySmurf

    It looks really good. I love buttery, noochy pasta and broccoli. I hope you guys sell your house soon! Good luck!

  • http://sistersvegan.blogspot.com Megan

    Yessss armed with this knowledge perhaps I can keep my snatchy coworker away from my person entirely.

  • http://theradioactivegan.blogspot.com radioactivegan

    Wait. People can *leave* Tennessee? I’ve been laboring under the idea that I was stuck here forever … truly inspirational :) I hope the house situation works out soon, but it’s great that you have someone to rely on in the meantime.

  • http://haymarket8.blogspot.com/ Vic

    Yum! Buttery, Noochy, Broc and paste sounds great! Looks like you hit the nail on the head!

  • http://www.yeaaahtoast.blogspot.com Yeaaahtoast

    Was wondering how you were doing, glad to have you back! Hope you fare well in the zoo!

  • http://theurbanhousewife.com Melisser

    What a triumphant return to blogging!

  • http://dreaminitvegan.blogspot.com/ JoLynn

    Welcome back! You made me laugh. Sounds like tight corriders with all those furry friends.

  • http://mobettavegan.blogspot.com Mo

    If greatness existed in blog form, this entry would be it. Just hearing broccoli and chickpeas in the same sentence makes me fart.

  • keeryah

    That post was epic…haha! Welcome back.

  • http://haikutofu.blogspot.com Trinity

    welcome back tooty fruity.

  • http://www.vegintraing.blogspot.com Veg-in-Training

    LMAO! My digestive system started percolating just reading the ingredients. Like you, chick peas have a very explosive effect on me. I have to admit, it really looks delish and worth the “fumes”.

  • melissa

    First time I have read your blog and found it so funny….at first I wondered if someone had gotten ahold of it and played a joke on you with the farting story but then realized it WAS you writing and that made me bookmark your blog and join in. I am in NC- not too far from the farts, I guess.

  • http://www.glutenfreewelshy.wordpress.com Sarah

    Hello! It’s great that you’re back to blogging. I think I had the misfortune of stumbling upon your blog just as you had a break from it. Are you feeling better? (last thing I read was that you were depressed, which sucks). Hope this year’s a brighter one for you.

  • http://groovyveganfood.blogspot.com/ Cubesville

    Crikey, I know what you mean about it following you into the car. I had vegetarian haggis and broccoli the other week and I’m still apologising for it. Not only did a SBD follow me into the car to poison the people inside, but I woke myself and my girlfriend up later that night with an almighty window rattler. Honestly, it was like a foggy morning on the mouth of the River Mersey!

  • http://www.foodista.com/blog Alisa-Foodista

    I just broke out laughing while reading this post.I’m making this for my husband :)