I have a cold, not too bad, but not too great either. The worst part is the coughing, I guess. My girls have the sniffles too. So my hero's been taking care of all three of us (along side our babysitter.) My day entails three short naps and lots of Hulu/Netflix watching. No complaints.
But you know, I've been thinking about 'tofu' (Yup, you heard it correctly!)::
A word of advice: don't introduce 'tofu' to Egyptians/Arabs or any meat eaters who aren't familiar with it as a meat substitute. It is NOT. If you want a first timer to try tofu and not hate it, just introduce it as a different kind of food, made from soy. That's it. No need to get fancy, and sell it as meat in disguise. It's rubbery texture and bland taste are nothing to compare with Meat my friends. And that is why, I have had trouble adding tofu to our diet, because even though I have come to this conclusion ages ago, I still compare it to meat and chicken. I currently have one of those organic, extra firm, tofu blocks in my fridge, and I am yet to tackle it. I did indeed make tofu before. umm, about five times in four years, not bad eh? Long story short, I will eat tofu that is not made by me, and I will not love it, no matter how superb the flavors are. My subconscious will yell at me "what is wrong with this meat?"... and I rest my case.
For all you tofu lovers out there, no offense, just next time don't ruin the palette of a potential tofu eater, just think about what I just said.