Vegan apple pie
We sat outside the cart and enjoyed the late night liveliness around us. There was a DJ cart for pete's sake. Of course, afterwards I felt a little...deep fried, and I knew this wasn't something that could be a frequent indulgence from the get go, but I liked it. I would have died had there been a drizzle of icing, so it's probably best there wasn't. I've been immersed in focused greens consumption to preparation for trying their new savory vegan chicken pot pies and, in the future, they're supposed to have vegan fried chicken seitan. Come on.
SE 12th carts. The fries at PC! are the best,
and the Creperie *just* started offering a vegan crepe!
The new Whiffies cart
Since I'm already skipping the final NYC food porn post til next week, let's continue onto more food in PDX I've enjoyed & created. Daylight! photos! gasp!
The jdfunks burrito
I'm not quite sure how it happened, but I was in the mood for a burrito, and that is rare. I'm really a crispy person. Me + texture = great friends. This tortilla held lightly seasoned short grain brown rice, baby spinach, smoky pinto spread, hot sauce, homemade almond cheeze (based on the recipe from Real Food Daily) and noochy breaded seitan.
Seitan sausage, garlic, mushrooms & collards
This dinner features two types of homemade steamed sausages, both of the spicy variety. One was based on Isa's Chorizo in Vegan Brunch and the other from Artful Vegan.
Hodge podge meal including the dish above, a leftover tamale from Paula of Semicircular Vegan, brown rice, smoky pinto dip, etc. etc. etc. She brought them to a party I threw last weekend with a sub-theme of late 1990s WB shows I watched and it was a super fun time! I can't even begin to describe how productive cutting out Buffy and Felicity quotes made me feel.
Yesterday I stopped by the Eastbank Farmers Market for goodies including basil, Hot Lips black raspberry soda and one of Toddbott's rice triangles. One my my favorite stands, no question.