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I went with my weirdo cravings. Savoury waffles with beets and Japanese turnips in a smoked tomato sauce.


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I'm going to attempt turning the blog butternut Alfredo into lasagna. I need to bring a nice lunch for myself tomorrow since we are having a work buffet thing.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm going to attempt turning the blog butternut Alfredo into lasagna. I need to bring a nice lunch for myself tomorrow since we are having a work buffet thing.


That sounds yummm! How'd it turn out?


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VeganMeredith wrote:
lavawitch wrote:
I'm going to attempt turning the blog butternut Alfredo into lasagna. I need to bring a nice lunch for myself tomorrow since we are having a work buffet thing.


That sounds yummm! How'd it turn out?


I dont know yet. It had better be the most forking delicious thing ever because I hurt myself making it. I underestimated the amount of standing involved. *whimper*

It just went in the oven! It's Vcon ricotta, spinach, leftover squash, and the blog sauce. It looks good.

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vijita wrote:
I went with my weirdo cravings. Savoury waffles with beets and Japanese turnips in a smoked tomato sauce.

That sounds tasty! I'd eat it!

I had a huge amount of these very long, very sweet red peppers. So I stuffed some of them with an herbed quinoa and TVP mixture into which I stirred some leftover punk rock chick pea gravy to help glue the stuffing together and add flavor. The texture from adding the gravy reminded me very much of baking something like that with egg mixed in, although it's been a while since I've eaten anything with egg in it, so maybe I'm way off. Anyway, it turned out well. The sweetness of the peppers, slight bitterness of the quinoa, and tart lemonyness of the gravy all complemented each other. Also had some roast pumpkin on the side.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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lavawitch wrote:
VeganMeredith wrote:
lavawitch wrote:
I'm going to attempt turning the blog butternut Alfredo into lasagna. I need to bring a nice lunch for myself tomorrow since we are having a work buffet thing.


That sounds yummm! How'd it turn out?


I dont know yet. It had better be the most forking delicious thing ever because I hurt myself making it. I underestimated the amount of standing involved. *whimper*

It just went in the oven! It's Vcon ricotta, spinach, leftover squash, and the blog sauce. It looks good.


Eek! Hope you're not hurt too badly.

That sounds delicious.


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Dinner was a huge success!

Here is what I did: blog butternut Alfredo made with half onion and broth instead of wine. I layered in chopped spinach and Vcon ricotta with the leftover squash mixed in.

Since the sauce is pretty thick, it got sort of baked in cheesy on top, which is great.

The only thing I'd change is to mayb increase the garlic.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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We went to a pub that is vegan friendly. I had beet and potato pakoras with spicy quince chutney, a cup of potato leek soup, and a beet/squash/hazelnuts/greens salad with a small dish of fries. It was a nice mix of fried and healthy-ish. And a work event/paid for by someone other than myself.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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The guatita from Viva Vegan, with avocado and steamed broccoli. Think I'll skip the rice.


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