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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:40 pm 
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jdfunks, we had those Sol Korean BBQ "chicken" thingies for lunch the other day and they were what I imagine Korean barbecue soy curls would be like. with kimchi. They were actually pretty delicious!

Tonight we treated ourself to a pub date night and I was shocked, SHOCKED I TELL YOU, that the vegan curry was actually delicious, full of local veggies both raw and uncooked, not greasy or bottled sauce-tasting, and heavier on the delicious veggies than the rice! My partner had sweet potato fries and a black bean burger and he was devilishly envious.

Tomorrow I break out my stovetop smoker. I'm thinking tomatoes, potatoes, scapes, tofu, garlic, shallots, chickpeas, maybe even burmese "tofu"...whatever I have in the fridge pantry is gettin' smoked.

I'm also making a massive batch (like 48 bottles worth) of cider barbecue sauce inspired by the rebarbecue sauce that I'm going to label and sell at our winery farm stand/retail store. It's the best project in the world. I imagine I will use at least a bottle's worth when I teach my cute rural NS friends to make seitan on Sunday.


I want the sauce.

Tonight was cheap veggie burgers, green salad with a bottled fruit dressing that my neighbour brought over and the pasta salad in Vcon. Perfect.

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Parkerk, where did you get your teriyaki recipe? I want to be as awesome as you and make my own too!

I just googled and used the first one that popped up. Subbed agave for the honey. http://www.food.com/recipe/restaurant-teriyaki-sauce-133751

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I was supposed to make gnocchi pesto soup, but I can't find frozen gnocchi anywhere and the kitchen I'm staying at is out of service. Disgruntled PB&J it is!

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I was supposed to make gnocchi pesto soup, but I can't find frozen gnocchi anywhere and the kitchen I'm staying at is out of service. Disgruntled PB&J it is!


That sucks but PN&J is a good dinner option as well.

Tonight will be roasted potatoes, Chinese bbq seitan ribz with salad. Followed by chocolate and a big cookie (Ms Cupcake chocolate chip cookie (with the chocolate chips subbed for raisins & cinnamon))

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Vegetable soup with a side of vegan hot dogs.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Tofurky pizza

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Penne with Vcon marinara sauce and TJ's meatless meatballs.

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Crepes for a friend's birthday.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Stella wrote:
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Cavatappi with basil/beer sauce and roasted cauliflower with garlic & smoked paprika.


Basil/beer sauce? I'm intrigued!


I remain intrigued, myself! It was basically because a cold pbr sounded great (ha ha ha ha ha, yes) and I also planned on making pesto, so why not? Okay, probably a few reasons, but it was good stuff. I sauteed the garlic and added red miso to balance the flavor. Or something.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Moon wrote:
vijita wrote:
jdfunks, we had those Sol Korean BBQ "chicken" thingies for lunch the other day and they were what I imagine Korean barbecue soy curls would be like. with kimchi. They were actually pretty delicious!

Tonight we treated ourself to a pub date night and I was shocked, SHOCKED I TELL YOU, that the vegan curry was actually delicious, full of local veggies both raw and uncooked, not greasy or bottled sauce-tasting, and heavier on the delicious veggies than the rice! My partner had sweet potato fries and a black bean burger and he was devilishly envious.

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I want the sauce.


Me too! And those Sol Korean things! And that curry in a pub! Sheesh.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Phew! It was so hot today so I ditched the BBQ sauce AND the smoked veggies, which is dumb because I had my oven on forever roasting carrots and baking non other than an adapted version of jdfunks' adapted version of the new farm mac and cheese. And then I grilled tempeh AND made a fairly intricate salad. I was treating my partner since I'm going out tomorrow night to teach some super skeptics how to make seitan...

Speaking of, I loaded up on gluten, chickpea flour, nooch, and I pretty much have everything else I need--what seitan recipes do you recommend?! I just toss things in when I do it myself and follow recipes loosely for cooking directions, but I want this (growing!) group of omnis to like it tomorrow! Definitely sausages, and I was thinking a riff on Bryanna Clark Grogan's Beefy simmered seitan, and maybe Terry's "red" seitan? Maybe something from Vegan Dad? Help! I hope no one is gluten-intolerant, haha. I once made a Vietnamese-y style seitan steamed like the way Terry and Julie do it but with vegetarian fish sauce, lime, palm sugar, and lemongrass in the mix, and it was amazing fried and sliced for use in rice paper rolls. So maybe that.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I adore Terry's white seitan. It's probably my favorite, strait up, but it's also easy to change up the seasoning.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Sold. I want to start them off gently so I've decided on:

Terry's white seitan and we'll do the Mojo roasted thing in VV
Isa's Italian sausages, probably just fried after cooking
Chickpea cutlets with mustard sauce

Fingers crossed no one comes up with a gluten intolerance.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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a big plate of fries with sriracha aioli + pb sriracha tofu grilled and pinneapple with tajin...pms - yup!

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A salad with spinach, fresh blueberries, toasted walnuts and faux chicken strips in a lemony-maple dressing. DELICIOUS!


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Clean out the fridge and use what is in the pantry pasta e fagioli. Basically penne with tomato sauce with kidney beans and wilted veggies. It was good.

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Me too! Clean out the fridge cavatappi with marinara, sautéed beet greens and pan-fried fennel sausage. And nooch.

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I want to make lettuce wraps because we were gifted three heads of romaine from the farm at work and are sick of salad, but I also want to make chickpea cutlets with mustard sauce and roasted beets and none of those things really go together. Oh well, I'm going to do it anyway.


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Soup and salad: Chef Chloe chipotle chop salad and gazpacho. It's a satisfying combo.

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Instead I made freekah flavoured with marmite, lime-chile twice cooked tofu (oven fried then grilled), roasted beets and scapes, and sweet and sour seitan. We had it in romaine lettuce wraps with minced radish, scallion, mint, and basil salad. Pretty awesome! I love messy meals.


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kale and romaine caesar salad with the tahini caesar dressing with tomatoes, cucumbers, bacos and topped with noochy baked tofu ala kittee's instagram. super good!

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noochy baked tofu ala kittee's instagram. super good!

I keep meaning to and then forgetting to make this!!!


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Gin with lavender soda and a squeeze of lime.

I mean....sour cream and onion EB chips, tempeh bacon and Daiya havarti wrap.

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Garlicky grits, fava beans in a white wine sauce and sautéed summer squash, carrots & cherry tomatoes with even more toasted garlic.

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Crushed up ramen (unseasoned) with a can of chili dumped on top.
I don't even know.

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