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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:58 pm 
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Nottingham pad thai (Nottingham because the noodles were overcooked and the peanuts were Tesco value).


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Cheesy garlic grits, roasted summer squash & hot peppers (and even more garlic) and fried green tomatoes with hot sauce.

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Sweet potato/black bean chili with avocado. Because my mother requested chili and I wanted sweet potatoes.


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Sausage, walnut and spinach fusilli, 'parmesan' grilled bread, red wine and cherries for pudding

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i wanted to make beans but instead am making a spicy veggie, tofu, noodle pb bowl!

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Leftover pierogies. Incidentally, my husband and I are not fond of homemade or store-bought vegan sour cream. Other than caramelized onions, what do you eat with your pierogies? Last night we had Yves bacon fried until crisp and then chopped to "bits", but I feel like we need a sauce. Oh and not applesauce. (We both work on an apple orchard and don't need any more apple anything in our lives.)


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Red lentils, basmati rice, roasted veggies (cauliflower, carrots, trombone squash)


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The PPK blog Hoppin' John bowl, but slightly simplified and with quinoa. SO GOOD.

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3-bean chili, cornbread, roasted beets & fennel from Vegan Table.

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Leftover pierogies. Incidentally, my husband and I are not fond of homemade or store-bought vegan sour cream. Other than caramelized onions, what do you eat with your pierogies? Last night we had Yves bacon fried until crisp and then chopped to "bits", but I feel like we need a sauce. Oh and not applesauce. (We both work on an apple orchard and don't need any more apple anything in our lives.)

We do a homemade cashew cream (the store bought stuff is...not great), sauerkraut, and applesauce. I feel like you really need something tart and sweet. I think any fruit preserves (except maybe grape and berry) would be a good stand in!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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nachos with salsa from the neighbor's garden!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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3-bean chili, cornbread, roasted beets & fennel from Vegan Table.

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Leftover pierogies. Incidentally, my husband and I are not fond of homemade or store-bought vegan sour cream. Other than caramelized onions, what do you eat with your pierogies? Last night we had Yves bacon fried until crisp and then chopped to "bits", but I feel like we need a sauce. Oh and not applesauce. (We both work on an apple orchard and don't need any more apple anything in our lives.)

We do a homemade cashew cream (the store bought stuff is...not great), sauerkraut, and applesauce. I feel like you really need something tart and sweet. I think any fruit preserves (except maybe grape and berry) would be a good stand in!


I just dip pierogies in mustard.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Leftover pierogies. Incidentally, my husband and I are not fond of homemade or store-bought vegan sour cream. Other than caramelized onions, what do you eat with your pierogies? Last night we had Yves bacon fried until crisp and then chopped to "bits", but I feel like we need a sauce. Oh and not applesauce. (We both work on an apple orchard and don't need any more apple anything in our lives.)


I made my soy sour cream edible with lots and lots of chipotle hot sauce. Very yum with pierogies.

Tonight I made amazing garlic bread, spaghetti and tomato sauce with mushrooms and Italian tofurkey sausage, and a green salad.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Yesterday I had a noodle bowl with broiled tofu (Vcon), bean sprouts, steamed cabbage, carrot, bell pepper, black beans and kimchi, covered in miso-tahini sauce. Tasty stuff, but I put too much veggies in there. Also, I've discovered that I don't really like bean sprouts. I only bought them because they were 50% off.

Tonight I'm thinking wraps with the leftover tofu and hummus and roasted vegetables and avocado. or something like that.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Last night was lots of bourbon biscuits, Oreos, Kettlechips, spring rolls and three types of bean curd with rice.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Last night, my mom, her friend and I made Isa pizza and PPK caesar salad. And MOJITOS! Yum. Perfect post-yoga (I taught, they took) dinner :)


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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that sounds like a perfect post-yoga meal to me too, VeganMeredith!

it's been cooler these past few days, so i'm gonna make us fried tofu, broccoli-pots, roasted carrots and Desdemona's mushroom gravy to smother everything with. i hope work flies by so i can get on with my dinner eats!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Sauteed eggplant and french beans in a fermented black bean & garlic sauce over jasmine rice. Similar to one I made a few days ago (that one was a less tangy hot bean garlic sauce), because it's just so easy! I was out with friends earlier and just couldn't decide what to order. Pleasantly surprised I had the initiative to make this.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm making the curry laksa from Vegan Eats World.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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that sounds like a perfect post-yoga meal to me too, VeganMeredith!

it's been cooler these past few days, so i'm gonna make us fried tofu, broccoli-pots, roasted carrots and Desdemona's mushroom gravy to smother everything with. i hope work flies by so i can get on with my dinner eats!


Yum! That sounds amaze-balls.


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Tacos with VB chorizo, refried beans, avocado, tomato, red onion, salsa, corn, spelt tortillas, and lime-y cabbage salad on the side.


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A garlic portobello mushroom on ciabatta with rosemary oven fries

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Channa masala and brown rice.


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Channa masala and brown rice.


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A curry of tomato, coconut, spinach, lentils, chickpeas and broccoli with toasted sesame seeds and rice. It's all about the curry this week.


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