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 Post subject: August eats in Austin
PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:18 pm 
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The Gloria Gaynor from Biscuits and Groovy featuring biscuits, gravy, tofu scramble, daiya, veg bacon and sausage, jalapenos, and chives. Basically the kitchen sink.

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Soy Curl fajitas, part of a new line of packaged meals sold around Austin by Green Island Catering

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Bomb nachos from Vegan Nom

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migas taco from Vegan Nom

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Capital City Bakery peanut butter chocolate pie.

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Veggie Kebab from Tarka, a fast causal India spot. Not really what I imagine when I think kebab, but good anyway.

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Fried Tofu with vermicelli and vegetables from Pho Natic

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tamale from a farmers' market


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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:21 pm 
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Oh god, that pie. I mean, I want to eat it all but... THAT PIE.

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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the Gloria Gaynor!! I want!!!!


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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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This all looks so good, especially the Gloria Gaynor! I've been trying to convince Boyfriend that we need to go to Austin when we're in the US next year, I'll have to show him this!

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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Wow! Now I need to add Biscuits & Groovy to my Austin must eat list! Two weeks tomorrow!!

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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The first thing looks crazy good. All the things look good but, I guess I'm really into biscuits right now!


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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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It all looks divine!

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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I need to take a trip to Austin...all that food looks amazing!

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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Oh wow.

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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Well, that looks awesome. I so want to visit Austin, I've heard great things about the city.

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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Sheeeeeeeot! I'm pretty sure I could live at Vegan Nom.

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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The pie!!!

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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LazySmurf wrote:
The pie!!!

It was like the Thanksgiving pie or the pudding cups at Crystal's birthday party. But with a peanut butter layer.


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mollyjade wrote:
LazySmurf wrote:
The pie!!!

It was like the Thanksgiving pie or the pudding cups at Crystal's birthday party. But with a peanut butter layer.

I hate Kristen.

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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That looks so amazing. I feel obligated to visit Austin and order the Gloria Gaynor since we share a birthday.

What's in the migas taco? I'd totally eat it, but I'm curious to know what's in there--I think I see hashbrowns, tofu, and beans?

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 Post subject: Re: August eats in Austin
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What's in the migas taco? I'd totally eat it, but I'm curious to know what's in there--I think I see hashbrowns, tofu, and beans?

There's scrambled tofu, bell peppers, daiya, and corn tortilla strips. If I think about migas tacos too much, it freaks me out because eating tortillas strips in a tortilla is just weird. But tasty.


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