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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 6:09 pm 
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Pizza for dinner tonight! It will have garlicky cashew cheese, cilantro pesto, caramelized onions, spinach (sadly, the store was out of arugula), and artichoke hearts. Maybe some chickpea salad on the side.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 6:59 pm 
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Cooking from Viva Vegan! Yellow chile grilled tempeh, Peruvian cheesy potatoes, and corn and lima bean salad.

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Pizza for dinner tonight! It will have garlicky cashew cheese, cilantro pesto, caramelized onions, spinach (sadly, the store was out of arugula), and artichoke hearts. Maybe some chickpea salad on the side.


your pizza sounds ridiculously good, bodhi! i'm gonna give that combination a whirl, fo 'sho.

tonight was leftover pizza night (fyh, local elephant garlic 'n homegrown basil) and kittee's gloriously good teff brownies. mmmmmmmmmmmm!


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Amy's mac and cheese and a banana.


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Homemade baked beans on toast with roasted potatoes and turnips. The bread was really fresh which made all of it amazing.


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I've been dreaming of this and finally my avocado is ready: avocado roll in a bowl with soy sauce sauteed mushrooms and onion. I will report later how awesome it is.


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a beans & rice burrito with habanero sauce, which was also my lunch...and breakfast, I suppose. I'm also soaking black beans for tomorrow and making rejuvelac, to be a little more on top of things.

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Citrus "ribs" with yellow pepper and udon. Just what I needed on such a crappy day.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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It's a 'clean out the fridge' kind of night, so we're having tempeh giardino from the test kitchen with pesto mashed potatoes (inspired by jdfunks!).

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Erinnerung wrote:
It's a 'clean out the fridge' kind of night, so we're having tempeh giardino from the test kitchen with pesto mashed potatoes (inspired by jdfunks!).



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taco pizzas inspired by Taco Bell....tostada shells, refried black beans, soy crumbles, salsa and melty cheeze! with a side of rice!

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Using up leftovers: cashew ricotta, pesto, and caramelized onions over spaghetti. I love when leftover-inspired dinners turn out delicious.

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I have a cold and wasn't feeling very good, so I attempted to make Sichuan 'numbing heat' soup for its warming/numbing qualities. I sauteed garlic, ginger, red chillies and pink peppercorns (not truly peppercorns but actually dried citrus berries, apparently) gently in half a cup of oil until all softened and fragrant (but not browning), then blended this with a spoonful of fermented black bean paste and some rice wine vinegar to make a sauce paste (making a jar full, as it wouldn't be practical to make less in the blender). Then I seared sliced aubergines and tofu pieces. When I was ready to bring it all together I heated up some broth (made out of a mixture of broth powder and marmite) and cooked some green beans in it for a couple of minutes, then ladled the whole thing into soup bowls on top of a spoonful of the spice paste, the seared tofu and aubergines and some chopped scallions. The pink peppercorns give it a numbing, tingly quality and then warmth spreads from the ginger and chilli. It's a really addictive sensation! I'm going to have to experiment with other uses for the rest of the jar of spice paste now.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Sloppy joe's with gimme lean, mushroom, and onion with a little bit of daiya cheddar. Oh so good. And some rosemary roasted potatoes and broccoli.


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Poor Man's Potatoes with spinach in roasted garlic, maybe some polenta too if I'm feeling greedy. The kids are having pizza using my first batch of melty mozerella from Vegan Artisan Cheeses...


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I made this creamy roasted red pepper pasta with roasted cauliflower and asparagus yesterday, so I guess I'll eat the leftovers today.


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Irish stew. Made it last night so it will be just a heat it up job.

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Chickpea croquettes with African eggplant, tomato & peanut stew, & rice.

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Probably I will eat the last of my general tso's tofu with some rice noodles.


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I'm going out to eat tonight. Date night! I will probably order everything on the menu at Sage Vegan Bistro :)

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Tempeh tacos, Amy's Gluten free vegan chocolate cake, and wine. I may finish up with some Dayia and rice crackers for snack.

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Taco night returns! fresh flour tortillas, diced tomatoes, mashed avocado, oven-glazed smokey lime-y tempeh pieces, queso, black beans and shredded kale.

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