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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 7:14 pm 
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Korean-glazed soy curls, sesame green beans, quinoa/amaranth mix and a side of chickpeas.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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It was a "I need to use things up" meal--some tofu fried in soy sauce and sriracha, then added shredded collard greens, then poured on some basil garlic dressing that I made to use up the remains of a carton of silken tofu, tossed it all together and dumped it in a bowl, topped with more sriracha. It was actually rather tasty, though it seemed weird to be eating tofu topped with tofu.

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dan's making dinner tonight - beans 'n rice with spicy guacamole. this is gonna be great!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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jdfunks wrote:
Korean-glazed soy curls, sesame green beans, quinoa/amaranth mix and a side of chickpeas.


Koren Glazed soy curls! Recipe please!!!!

Tonight is the Tortilla Soup from Appetite for Reduction. Really good soup. I add soy curls to mine :)


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African inspired stew from Robin Robertson's slow cooker book.

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flat bread bbq chick-un pizza with power green side salad and lemon dressing....

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Cold chickpeas with balsamic dressing. And a handful of crackers. Gourmet!


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Snobby Joes. Had to make dinner at 4 and wanted something that could sit in the pan all night so family sorts could eat whenever they wanted. And to use up the tomato sauce in the fridge.

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Fridge cleaning soup. Carrots, butternut squash, onions, garlic, fresh ginger and some grilled peppers, and red lentils, blended. I hardly ever make up recipes, so for me, this is quite daring!

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Last night I made Isa's "Everyday Pad Tahi". It was great, except I forgot to put down the noodles, and ultimately undercooked them. Also, next time I'd like to add more broccoli. The recipe called for two tablespoons of sriracha, and apparently that was too much for my wife, so I'll have to scale that back a bit and add more on my plate. :-)


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Penne with tomatoes and broccoli and a side of hasselback sweet potatoes.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Fridge cleaning soup. Carrots, butternut squash, onions, garlic, fresh ginger and some grilled peppers, and red lentils, blended. I hardly ever make up recipes, so for me, this is quite daring!

Last night we did fridge cleaning pho: heated up frozen pho broth, seitan, and tofu puffs. Added spiral sliced turnip "noodles", cubes of pumpkin, shaved brussels sprouts, sliced onion, the very last of the cilantro, shiratake noodles, lime wedges, and of course served with lots of condiments on hand: sriracha, soy sauce, rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil, Golden Mountain Seasoning, fried shallots, and hot peppers.

Tonight was it's-really-cold-out-and-we-don't-want-to-leave-the-house pot pie, which was interesting the day after a fridge cleaning day. I used the v'con pot pie as a rough guide. More turnips (cubed this time), pumpkin, and onions, frozen leeks, frozen broccoli, frozen corn, caned lima beans, and TVP in a store bought crust that had been sitting in the freezer in case of thanksgiving disaster.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Wintry tom yum soup. So basically, homemade tom yum soup paste with the contents of our CSA box. Turban squash, potatoes, collards, leeks, garlic, carrots, tempeh.


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Panang curry spiced acorn & red kuri squash bisque and tots.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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More like what wasn't for dinner tonight- I cleared out the fridge and the pantry- brown rice, roasted brussel sprouts and potatoes, spinach, and olives in a spicy spanish-y tomato sauce I made- topped with pumpkin seeds and avocado, stuffed into tortillas. I was worried with so much going on, but I liked it and my husband loved it. We even named it, so I guess it's an official recipe now.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I think I'm gonna make that gingery coconut stew that Isa posted on the blog yesterday. It sounds wicked, I've been dreaming about it all morning and I already have most of the ingredients. Just have to work out what the hell the English version of a rutabaga is!?? (Swede maybe?)

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I think I'm gonna make that gingery coconut stew that Isa posted on the blog yesterday. It sounds wicked, I've been dreaming about it all morning and I already have most of the ingredients. Just have to work out what the hell the English version of a rutabaga is!?? (Swede maybe?)


It does sound wicked! I saw it immediately after I finished cooking dinner yesterday and while what I cooked was great, I still kind of wished I had known about the stew so I could have made it. And yes, I think a Swede is a rutabaga. I lived in the UK for 3 months, so clearly I am an expert in British-American vegetable relations. If you do make it, I can't wait to here how it turns out, It's on the short list for my Christmas dinner.


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haha thank you! I bought a swede at lunchtime so that's good to hear. :)

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Potato leek soup from IDI with some rosemary bread.


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Wintry tom yum soup. So basically, homemade tom yum soup paste with the contents of our CSA box. Turban squash, potatoes, collards, leeks, garlic, carrots, tempeh.

WHOA. This ended up being the best soup I've ever made. Seriously. Wow.


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More like what wasn't for dinner tonight- I cleared out the fridge and the pantry- brown rice, roasted brussel sprouts and potatoes, spinach, and olives in a spicy spanish-y tomato sauce I made- topped with pumpkin seeds and avocado, stuffed into tortillas. I was worried with so much going on, but I liked it and my husband loved it. We even named it, so I guess it's an official recipe now.

What did you name it?

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