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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:24 pm 
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halloween leftovers: Pumpkin lasagna mmm heaven


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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steamed broccoli, root vegetable latkes, and "beef" seitan.

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So far, just some miso with ramen noodles. Still hungry.


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Zucchini fritters with tzatziki. I'll use this recipe: http://www.ourveggiekitchen.com/2010/09/zucchini-fritters.html Can't wait!


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this weeks dinners are planned as:
tuesday: pumpkin soup and green bean salad
wednesday : broccoli and cauliflower soup with beans and cabbage salad
thursday: leftovers
friday: burritos with lots of beans and corn
saturday: probably a chickpea flour frittata
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm making a lentil stew in the slow cooker with carrots, onions, canned tomatoes, and some leftover canned pumpkin I had.


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Tonight I tried my hand at the VegNews Mac n Cheese recipe...highly recommended! I just had to add a little nooch even though the recipe is proudly nooch-free because I'm so vegan. We cooked whole wheat macaroni and I mixed in a little cooked kale because I was feeling guilty. Served it with a salad, too. LEFTOVERS!


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dirty rice and fried okra.

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I'm having a vegan dessert buffet for dinner! Two of us in my book club are vegan and the other girls are trying their hands at vegan baking for our birthdays. I can't wait to see what they came up with!

I also just ate a few tater tots for general sustenance.


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I am making Isa's quiche (Thanks for the help ppk) and roasted veg (beets, brussel sprouts & yams)...I will MoFo about it later in the wek.

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Boring ol' 3 days-til-payday soup......white bean, rice, garlic, kale, maybe something else? it's in the works right now.

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Little Caesars pizza. Maybe ice cream. Election night junk food.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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too many raisins and walnuts sprinkled with cinnamon. mmmmmm.

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TJ's Vegan Pad Thai with Tofu. Added a little Sriracha, and it was pretty tasty. And a jam thumbprint cookie for dessert.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I just made the Vcon Mac Daddy for the first time. Very noochy, very delicious. I predict I will be eating way, way too much of this tonight...

I shall have to try the VegNews mac 'n' cheese mentioned above soon so I can compare.

This is my first time making vegan mac 'n' cheese! I feel like I am leveling up.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I just made the Vcon Mac Daddy for the first time. Very noochy, very delicious. I predict I will be eating way, way too much of this tonight...

I shall have to try the VegNews mac 'n' cheese mentioned above soon so I can compare.

This is my first time making vegan mac 'n' cheese! I feel like I am leveling up.


Sounds yummy! I've never made vegan mac 'n' cheese, there are so many things I still need to make!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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VeganMeredith wrote:
DarthCupcake wrote:
I just made the Vcon Mac Daddy for the first time. Very noochy, very delicious. I predict I will be eating way, way too much of this tonight...

I shall have to try the VegNews mac 'n' cheese mentioned above soon so I can compare.

This is my first time making vegan mac 'n' cheese! I feel like I am leveling up.


Sounds yummy! I've never made vegan mac 'n' cheese, there are so many things I still need to make!


I went vegan in June, so this is my first foray into mac 'n' cheese. It was one of my favorite comfort foods, but it's been too warm for it until now. My goal is to find the best possible recipe. Sometime soon I'm going to try veganizing the Pioneer Woman recipe (that was the last non-vegan recipe I made and it was sooooo good), but the thing I loved about the Vcon version was that I didn't actually have to buy vegan cheese! The cheezy sauce is all ingredients I already had in my pantry, which is great. Give it a try!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 5:43 am 
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DarthCupcake wrote:
VeganMeredith wrote:
DarthCupcake wrote:
I just made the Vcon Mac Daddy for the first time. Very noochy, very delicious. I predict I will be eating way, way too much of this tonight...

I shall have to try the VegNews mac 'n' cheese mentioned above soon so I can compare.

This is my first time making vegan mac 'n' cheese! I feel like I am leveling up.


Sounds yummy! I've never made vegan mac 'n' cheese, there are so many things I still need to make!


I went vegan in June, so this is my first foray into mac 'n' cheese. It was one of my favorite comfort foods, but it's been too warm for it until now. My goal is to find the best possible recipe. Sometime soon I'm going to try veganizing the Pioneer Woman recipe (that was the last non-vegan recipe I made and it was sooooo good), but the thing I loved about the Vcon version was that I didn't actually have to buy vegan cheese! The cheezy sauce is all ingredients I already had in my pantry, which is great. Give it a try!


I definitely will! I've been vegan since last spring, but haven't dabbled in mac and cheese yet, I think it's time!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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A huge salad - with cabbage, spinach, various greens, snow peas, bean sprouts and a peanut dressing.

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Roasted butternut squash, a roasted yellow bell pepper, and something involving tvp, because I have a ton of it. I need to consult some cookbooks when I get home.

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we're ordering pizza. I think I'll get a spicy tofu & olive and a asparagus & fresh tomato on the other.

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randomized seitan pie thingy, paprika roast potatoes, and brussel sprouts.

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Some sort of black bean soup.


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Instead of what I was planning on having, I had something better: sauerkraut pierogis with homemade tofu sour cream. It was beautiful.

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Asparagus and mushroom pie, inspired by John P's MoFo post...

http://i-40kitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-day-1-countess-rides-again.html

...along with mashed potatoes and minty mushy marrowfat peas. YUM.

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