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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:44 am 
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sweet corn soup with red pepper puree, tomato tart with broccoli puree with pine nuts on the side ...

red wine ...

NO pudding ...

Anne having lost 5lbs of the half stone she mysteriously gained last month ...

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:10 am 
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Seitan burrito from Bueno Y Sano in Amherst. Best burrito I've had since San Francisco!

Jealous! I've only been their once, in Northampton. I wish they would open one closer to me!

Dinner tonight may be a comparatively sad Moe's burrito.


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Cornmeal-crusted tofu, potato wedges and spinach.


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The great big vegetable cous cous. Absolutely yummy and I ended up having a second plate.

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it might be a noochy popcorn and beer kinda night, or maybe a hummus 'n salsa night. either way it will be awesome!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I converted Vcon's Seitanic Red and White Bean Jambalaya to a crockpot recipe. I'm nicknaming it Poor Man's Jambalaya. (Because let's face it, beans and seitan kick shrimp and sausage in the price asparagus.)

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A thai bowl with tofu from Boloco because they sent out a burrito/bowl for $3 coupon for the Red Sox winning the world series! And for 2nd dinner, oatmeal.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Gnocchi and zucchini with noochy tomato sauce. It took me 45 minutes to eat because I still can't really chew, but it was worth the effort.


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Probably just pasta with some kind of tomato sauce because all I literally have in the fridge is a bunch of almost-dead tomatoes.


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I made fresh pasta yesterday so I'm having leftovers of that and the sauce I made. With the tempeh meatballs from Isa Does it. Pretty excited about it.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I think I'll make spicy lentil sloppy joes topped with cheeze and served with rosemary smashed potatoes, and leftover roasted beets & daikon.

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I had Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's curried sweet potato soup with coconut milk and lime. It's delicious. Followed by some polenta fries.

And I know I am serious about this when I google to check that coconut milk is vegan!


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I'm out of my no-cooking for 6 months mode! Made the Palak Tofu from Vegan Richa's blog & it was fantastic! Watch out, IDI...


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I am also returning from a long non-cooking spell of at least several months!
Eased back into it with this very simple recipe for Tomato Basil Cream Pasta. I added some shrooms.
http://ohsheglows.com/2011/05/10/easy-t ... eam-pasta/


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Amy wrote:
vijita wrote:
Seitan burrito from Bueno Y Sano in Amherst. Best burrito I've had since San Francisco!

Jealous! I've only been their once, in Northampton. I wish they would open one closer to me!

Dinner tonight may be a comparatively sad Moe's burrito.

The seitan in the chipotle sauce is SO good!

Tonight: shitty veganized bruschetta at the Vancouver airport. But it does feel GREAT to be home!


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Leftovers from yesterday's meal in China Town: Dried Chili Tofu, Pea Greens with Garlic, and we will make some noodles to go with it because we ate all our rice last night. Looking forward to it.

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A protein shake, leftover pasta and a slice of cake.


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Julialegume is cooking since I'm sick and she has a friend coming over: smokey soy curls, mashed potatoes, mustard-balsamic roasted brussels sprouts and sliced delicata squash with cornbread.

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I always have to be quick on a Monday so probably some sort of stir fry, as I have a pack of stir fry veg and some tofu to use up. Probably with rice noodles.

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I have the urge to cook but I should probably chill out tonight and eat leftovers. I made a crazy/awesome Broccoli Leek Bake last night. It turned out really beautiful actually so I tried to upload a pic in food porn but it was too large because I'm a dummy. Anyway, it's on my blog- I feel like a proud parent. The parent of a delicious delicious casserole that I will eat.

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