I cannot tell you how many times in the past week I have heard that line.
Or oh, wait wait, "Tow mater, average intelligence."
Or I know, "Two of them sweets for me, too."
We are not Cars 2 addicts at all. It has gone way beyond that.
It started a week ago with a nasty black eye for poor Charlie. He was in pain and pretty droopy. So we started snuggling on the couch and watching some movies. 2 days later and he was well underway with a nasty cold. He got even droopier and I can only assume in even more pain since he would wail every time I wiped his nose, and, oh yea, wake up every hour at night because he couldn't sleep due to the head cold. So there was more couch movie watching. And then Mommy caught Mr. Sniffles' cold. Bummer.
So we have been house bound for the last 3 days, and watching a movie storm. Although it's pretty much been confined to the likes of Cars 2, Tangled, Happy Feet, Wall-E, and Cars 1, and repeat. And repeat. Not exactly my viewing choices, but it distracts Mr. Sniffles from his running nose and cough, and it lets me sit down and rest a bit.
Cars 2 is by far the viewing favorite for at least one member of our sick party. I think he gets such a kick out of Mater. I don't mind too much. I sit here, subconsciously memorizing parts of Cars, while perusing the internet. I'm just under the weather enough to need to get off my feet and rest, but not sick enough to be knocked out flat on the couch. Just sick enough to have food taste weird, but not sick enough to lose these crazy food cravings that are raging. Just sick enough to not feel up for cooking, but not sick enough to squelch this insane desire to try some really yummy looking, new vegan recipes right now - sickness and all.
How about these...
Vegan Mac n Cheese? I'm always skeptical, and usually rightly so, but I'm always curious anyways since Mac n Cheese is such a comfort food. Too much margarine in this though. :(
Pumpkin yumminess! Looks incredible. And we do eat tofu. But not that much.
How about this vegan taco recipe. Now that looks supremely yummy.
Asian salad, heavier on the veggies (once Farmer's Market time hits), and whole wheat noodles of course.
These look AMAZING. Not for everyday that's for sure, but special treats, yum-ME!
These are plain chocolate chip cookie dough balls without the addition of coconut like the above recipe.
This chickpea cookie is actually based off of a recipe I've already tried, which I'll try and blog about soon. Chickpeas are amazing, btw, if you didn't know. Clever little buggers can be used in so many ways.
Chickpea falafel - Mmmmmm.
Blueberry Coconut Pancakes. Again, not for everyday, but a treat every now and then sure would be awesome.
Okay, I'm reciped out. Not to mention I'm tired. And sniffly.