Thomas and I have been doing our part in eating thanksgiving leftovers, and now we're freezing a couple things (like how I almost had enough pumpkin pie filling to make another pie). There's still two pieces of tofurkey in the fridge, but I just can't do it - I might just freeze them and get the strength to put them in a potpie in the future.
In case you're curious, the biscuits went first, out of everything, followed by the green beans and mashed potatoes.
The majority of the food you are about to see is actually from prior to Thanksgiving, but what the hell, here it is. We did go out to eat both Friday morning (Junior's, dee-licious) and Saturday for lunch (Bay Leaf).
Fried tofu in Soy Vay Chinese Marinade, plus a bunch of crushed red pepper and garlic. Served with garlickly purple broccoli florets, brown rice and steamed delicatta squash. I used Trader Joe's super duper extra firm tofu for this - and it gets high ratings from us.
Grilled 'cheese' and garlickly tomato rice soup with green beans. I'll be straight up, I threw the sandwich in the microwave for a few seconds to start the melting, then grilled it. This cheese isn't exactly cheddar, but it worked. Thanks Wiebke, for the recipe link~
The balsamic portabella recipe is from Vegan with a Vengeance, and I was skeptical to try it, since I know how to cook mushrooms - but I had not thrown the garlic in just when Isa does before - and it's fantastic and toasty.