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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 10:54 am 
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Curried red lentil burgers, kohlrabi slaw, sauteed chard, aaand something I'm completely forgetting I think. I have too much food.

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Cheezy mac from Vegan Diner, with peas mixed in. Probably some broccoli on the side.

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Last night it was over 90 degrees, so we had bean and grain salad. I cooked quinoa in the rice cooker on the patio to avoid heating the house at all. Cooled that down and mixed it with a can of white kidney beans, chiffonade spinach, diced tomato, cucumber, green onions, and served with a lemon herb dressing and diced avocado.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
Last night it was over 90 degrees, so we had bean and grain salad. I cooked quinoa in the rice cooker on the patio to avoid heating the house at all. Cooled that down and mixed it with a can of white kidney beans, chiffonade spinach, diced tomato, cucumber, green onions, and served with a lemon herb dressing and diced avocado.

Grain salads are amazing, I really need to find some basics to make.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Seitan pot roast from Vegan on the Cheap.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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2.5 whole wheat English muffins with acovado, salt and pepper. And a simple green salad.

I was too lazy to cook.
Well no, wait a second. I really preferred that over any cooked meal I could have thought of.


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Caesar salad with Dreena's raw caesar dressing and pan-fried tempeh. I would've added her polenta croutons too, but I accidentally bought sun-dried tomato polenta and I thought that might be gross.

Still so so amazing though. I love all three of those recipes (from ED&BV).


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I'm making quinoa mixed with sweet potatoes, portabello mushrooms, and a side of kale. I may or may not make a side of white beetroot fries with garlic aioli.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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B_A_D wrote:
Grain salads are amazing, I really need to find some basics to make.

I would really recommend making the v'con black bean and mango quinoa salad. From there I think you will be bravely throwing together your own grain salads based on what you have in the house or are in the mood for.
We went out tonight and shared a starter of jalapeño hummus with pita, crusty french bread, sliced cucumber, and a lovely olive tapenade. My entree was curried butternut squash in coconut sauce with roasted apples, almonds, and yellow raisins served over brown rice. It seems a bit more like an Autumn dish than a Summer dish, but was very nice.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I cooked up a batch of black beans in the pressure cooker Sunday, and now I'm making black bean soup for dinner. Skillet cornbread from Hearty Vegan Meals for Monsters is baking in the oven. I added a little Daiya jalapeno havarti cheese to the cornbread batter; it was hard to shred so ended up being more like small chunks. I hope the cornbread turns out okay, the batter was kind of thick and hard to spread in the cast iron pan.

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PB&J!

I have no time or groceries.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Etouffee and a fresh green salad.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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All this dinner talk is making me hungry. Thinking of having steamed fish fillet in garlic. omnomnom.


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bunniee wrote:
I cooked up a batch of black beans in the pressure cooker Sunday, and now I'm making black bean soup for dinner. Skillet cornbread from Hearty Vegan Meals for Monsters is baking in the oven. I added a little Daiya jalapeno havarti cheese to the cornbread batter; it was hard to shred so ended up being more like small chunks. I hope the cornbread turns out okay, the batter was kind of thick and hard to spread in the cast iron pan.


Skillet cornbread was a win! It was moist inside with a little crunch on the outside. I don't like many cornbread recipes because the texture is too gritty, but this was perfect.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Probably a bean burrito from the freezer. I too am in the no groceries camp.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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pitta pizza, sweet potato fries and corn on the cob... aaaaaaand a slice of buttered granary bread whilst it was cooking


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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A veggie burger from a batch I zoomed up tonight in the processor from mushrooms, onions, flax, rice, parsley, chickpeas and probably some other things I'm forgetting

on whole wheat french style bread

Fried potatos

all smoothered in Veganomicon mushroom gravy (which took me some time to make but was totally worth the effort)

I was going to have some salad after but I was too stuffed to eat anything else (ok I had some carrob chips for dessert instead)


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These weird vegan spare ribs in a spicy sauce and a bunch of raw veggies with shiitake pate.


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Roast wheat meat thing, accompanied by orange and parsley stuffing, mini sausages, roast potatoes cooked with rosemary and shallots, fancypants broccoli and an ale and mushroom gravy, and coke floats for afters.

My boyfriend is going travelling for almost six weeks, so this is his going-away meal. I'll miss him...

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I think coke floats are a fine way to end a parting meal. (I haven't had one in about 20 years!) Hope the time flies by for you.

Tonight's dinner will be a big messy falafel salad sandwich washed down with a bottle of cider.


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It's so so hot out, and I really want a mango salad from Qdoba instead of making anything myself. But that would involve driving 20 minutes with no a/c, after driving an hour home from work with no a/c. Sooo... that may not help keep me cool at all.


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Last night my partner sliced and fried some of the Italian sausages from Isa's blog with onions, garlic, patypan squash, orange bell pepper, corn, an habanero, and a jalapeño and topped it all with Mexican hot sauce. It was good, but very hot. Tonight we are going to tame the heat of the leftovers by adding some spinach and maybe some other stuff.

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I am really excited about dinner tonight. It is in the oven right now.

It's roasted veggie calzones and strawberry rhubarb crisp for dessert

The pesto for the calzones is veganomicon pesto with herbs fresh from the garden. The rhubarb was also fresh from the garden. I want to eat it all right now.

I took pictures but they were too big and I was too lazy to resize. I may resize and add them later. It's all pretty.


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