Irish Whiskey Creme Kisses.
The second Vegan Cookie book tester of the day -
I made both of these to take to a fancy vegan dinner party last weekend.
It was Indian themed and fabulous.
Espresso Fudge Brownies
I live in an apartment with no immediate place to grill outside, so I contently do all of my grilling in a cast iron grill pan on the stove top. I bought it almost 2 years ago for less than $15 at Ross and it's consistently fun to use. I have a foreman grill stored somewhere but those lines and flavor do not compare.
Sadly my handy and environmentally wise oil mister died so I've resorted to packaged olive oil spray again lately, but that's a poor excuse and I'm aiming to get a new one soon. Briefly marinate some tofu or seitan, toss some veggies in oil/herbs/salt or dressing and bam, you have dinner to grill and eat alone, over pasta, grains or in a sandwich.
On Sunday, I grilled the following for my lunch at work:
Grilled Golden Balsamic and Braggy Tofu,
Asparagus with olive oil, coarse sea salt and pepper
Grilled Eggplant slices with olive oil and coarse sea salt.
Sandwiched withVegenaise, flavorless tomato that I picked out & field greens on a french baguette. Enough for two meals!
Nature's Path AgavePlus Granola.
Their newest addition to the cereal game - with sunflower seeds and oats! I received two boxes from the company and as Evan from Bjorked Off! knows, I rarely buy or eat cereal - but this stuff is great. Not too sweet at all. Personally I'll take agave over honey any day, ethics and flavor-wise. I thought the sunflower seeds would annoy me,
because they're just annoying, but they didn't~