First off, thank you to anyone who has sent a vote my way! That's amazing & sweet, and I'm honored to be among the MANY deserving vegan bloggers in the running. I am ridiculously proud of this blog, and I'm glad some people can dig it, and understand my obsessions!
Uh, speaking of sweet - I had a pint of organic strawberries bought on sale, and made a shake the other night inspired by Burgerville. I pass by one on the bus, and the 'strawberry milkshares' sign has been calling me. This one is certainly dairy free, made with the berries, tofutti vanilla soy cream and vanilla soy milk.
Can I mention again that I miss Diesel Cafe in Somerville, MA? I really miss Davis Square altogether.
These are farmer's market fresh yukon gold potatoes, roasted with lemon juice, coarse sea salt and pepper.
I was busy yesterday running errands, including getting my bike fixed! and riding it! new helmet, etc - and didn't get around to having a real meal until 3pm or so. I knew I wanted breakfasty food, and tofu scramble it was. This is an Italian-themed one, with fresh basil, sundried tomatoes, three types of mushrooms (cremini, shiitake and white), spinach, carrots, kale and cauliflower. Of course, a ton of minced garlic was added after the mushrooms, cauliflower and tofu started cooking.
I don't have that much to report photo/creation wise from the weekend - we actually went out to eat twice - once at Bay Leaf (which I adore) and then to dinner at Vegetarian House the following night with friends.
Served with chocolate soymilk and hot sauce.
I have a similar salad as part of my lunch today;this was Thomas' from yesterday. So fresh.
Perhaps the last Veganomican test recipe you shall see on this blog - Crispy salt and pepper tofu. Above I added baby boy choy and served it with quinoa, and below it's cooked with more baby bok choy and broccoli.
Another impromptu meal of the boyfriend's - sauteed mushrooms and sundried tomato seitan over brown rice with marinara. Next time he said he'd do without the sauce.
Last night I was busy fine tuning my miso cheezy & roasted vegetable lasagna recipe for an Italian-themed column in Perpetual Toxins. Now all I have to do is actually write it down to make sense..hmmm