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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 6:24 pm 
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Whole wheat tortillas stuffed with lettuce, beans, salsa and jalapenos. Cheap and filling!


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Chorizo and potato taquitos with Mexican grilled corn.

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Homemade mandu (Korean dumplings) from the freezer, panfried and served with rice and furikake.

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Taco night for me too. The rest of the family is going out to eat at a restaurant that doesn't have any vegan options, so I'll be all alone. I'll use up some odds and ends and make seitan tacos with cauliflower queso and avocado salsa.


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Ethiopian seitan and peppers for the cookbook challenge, with some roasted veggies and rice.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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we're having friends over for dinner tonight - i'm so excited! we'll be making:

babaganoush (with local eggplant)
hummus (i even skinned the chickpeas!)
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pita bread & gluten-free flat bread
quinoa tabouli
grilled bell peppers 'n onions
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roasted beets with lemon & garlic
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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That sounds like a fantastic spread, happyfaced!

We got fun stuff from our CSA: purple potatoes, purple peppers, tomatoes, purple kale, purple corn (they had an adorable purple/red theme this week), so I'm thinking garlic fork-mashed purple potatoes with a kale salad with peppers and tomatoes, along with some sort of baked tofu.


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I love your CSA.



Last night's taco were a really delayed effort and the tempeh was a miss (and too salty! gah!), so tonight's a redo with more of the same, rice cooked on time, and baked tofu cubes.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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A big pot of vegetable curry- broccoli, potatoes, bell peppers, onion, tomato sauce and diced tomatoes... everything. And some brown rice and the last of the general tso's tofu.


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Spanish chickpea and chorizo stew with saffron rice and homemade crusty bread.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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jdfunks wrote:
I love your CSA.


Me too! So instead of what I predicted we had mashed purple potatoes with garlic olive oil; beets, shallots, and garlic with lemon juice; and leftover seitan (OMG jdfunks...I forgot about our seitan!). It was delicious in its simplicity.

PS...the seitan improved after a few days in the fridge.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I've making a green curry. I just whizzed up a bunch of fresh coriander with garlic, onion, ginger, chilli, coconut milk. I didn't have any lemongrass :( It's simmering away now with some vegies. After four days of being mostly raw, I'm EXCITED.


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I made a nearly perfect wrap. Couscous (of course), Annie's Goddess Dressing, grated carrot, chopped cucumber, diced red onion, naked tofu scramble from Low Cal Vegan Comfort Food (I added lemon juice, cumin, and paprika), spinach, all on a whole wheat flat bread.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Vietnamese rice paper rolls. I did fork up rolling the first 3 since it was my first time making them, but after that is was smooth sailing. Nomnomnom.

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Sesame Roasted Vegetables from Desdemona's blog (though I've switched up the veg a bit). This is one of my flatmate's favourite suppers.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I had the kidney bean and butternut squash jamba stew. It was divine.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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citrus tahini bowls with tofu & baby bok choi from the test kitchen

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vijita wrote:
That sounds like a fantastic spread, happyfaced!

We got fun stuff from our CSA: purple potatoes, purple peppers, tomatoes, purple kale, purple corn (they had an adorable purple/red theme this week), so I'm thinking garlic fork-mashed purple potatoes with a kale salad with peppers and tomatoes, along with some sort of baked tofu.


thanks, vijita! it was enjoyed by all. also, i love the purple theme your CSA had going on. yay!

tonight we're having beer battered tempeh with roasted lemony brussels, broccoli-pots 'n pepper gravy. plus, it's football sunday. yesssssssss!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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scrambled tofu with a whole bunch of nooch. and an iced coffee.


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I had corn past its prime and mashed purple potatoes. Not the most well-rounded meal, but I wasn't feeling so hot. The potatoes were good but I felt really nauseated afterward. I think my body is telling me to eat better during the day.


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Pizza bowls from the test kitchen. Pizza! Without the effort of making dough! Excited.

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Tangy tamarind chickpeas from The Indian Slow-Cooker. It's cooking while I'm at work! The sauce smelled lovely. :)


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Leftover cake. But it's cool because I'm eating butternut squash soup with extra veggies on the side first. And someone has to eat the cake, dammit.


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Thai vegetable stew over brown rice, from the Forks Over Knives cookbook.

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