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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:27 pm 
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I made an herbed-up version of the Candle 79 wheatball dough last night that I'll bake for spaghetti & meatballs later...assuming I make marinara and get spaghetti, of course.

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Chik'n fajitas with bell peppers, salsa, and lettuce.


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Kitchen sink tofu scramble with oyster mushrooms, diced tomatoes, spinach, onions, and spices stuffed inside pitas.

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crispy baked tofu, mac & cheeze and baked potatoes!

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quinoa/red lentil combination with black beans, plantains, frozen spinach, frozen peas & a bit of onion over it, a pineapple/mango/coconut sauce mixed in. Surprisingly delicious (mostly because of the sauce out of a bottle)

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Pyogo deopbap (shiitake rice), buchu mandu (garlic chive dumpling), miyeok guk (wakame soup), musaengchae (spicy shredded radish salad)


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we had beer-battered buffalo tofu sammies, oven-fries, and sauteed snap peas 'n broccoli with tahini sauce.


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Bok choy and shiitakes and a glass of wine. I felt like I was overfull and ate too much for most of the day, so I'm keeping it light tonight.

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first dinner - blackeye peas, collards & rice
second dinner - kettle chips and a cranberry ginger ale


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Isa's Chickpea & Rice soup with curry pita toasts. Easy and damn good.

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I want to eat at pywacket's tonight!
Food here was pretty good though. We had: VEW "nutty seedy dippy stuff" (dukka) with veggie sticks and pita for dipping and then Egyptian fava beans with preserved lemons and parsley and green tahini sauce.

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I had teriyaki bok choy and potatoes. It was super boring but I was exhausted after dance class and my soy curls are all crumbled.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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1 kilo of scandalously ripe avocados. Who wants guacamole?

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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spaghetti, collards, and more of last night's marinara and baked wheatballs.

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Jammie Dodgers and apple crumble then brie and crackers later on. It's been a crepe day.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I might make another batch of Amey's spinach dal because it was SO. DAMN. GOOD. http://veganeatsandtreats.blogspot.com/ ... palak.html


I really want to try this recipe, it looks great. I wonder if it'd work with frozen spinach? And if so how much? I have a tiny food budget this month & a whole load of lentils & frozen spinach!

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Oh and tonight's dinner was quinoa salad tossed with edamame, corn & peas alongside a potato salad with a mustard, oil, red wine vinegar & herb dressing.

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Butternut squash soup.


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bbq bean & tempeh chili with slaw (current veg. times) with baked sweet potato bits.

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jojo wrote:
vijita wrote:
I might make another batch of Amey's spinach dal because it was SO. DAMN. GOOD. http://veganeatsandtreats.blogspot.com/ ... palak.html


I really want to try this recipe, it looks great. I wonder if it'd work with frozen spinach? And if so how much? I have a tiny food budget this month & a whole load of lentils & frozen spinach!

I think it would totally work. I would just add what you estimate might be that amount of spinach fresh...and air on the side of more since frozen spinach is packed down but also watery.

Tonight I'm making jerk soy curls with rice and black beans. It's my boss' recipe that she veganized for me and it uses the rum cider we make. I'm feeling very run down and cold so this should do the trick to perk me up.


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TJ's fake chicken finger things + mashed potatoes + kale sauteed in EBBS + vegan diner rich brown gravy.

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The most amazing cheese sauce spaghetti dish I've had in over three years.

It was sauteed onion and garlic with a pinch of smoked paprika and nutmeg with 1/4 of my batch of brie (From the AVC recipe.) melted in, some margarine and some plain soymilk, tossed with peas, steamed broccoli and spaghetti, salt and pepper.

Inhaled the whole plate in a ridiculously short time. YUM!


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mac and cheese, bbq chickpea cutlets, steamed cabbage, green peas.


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It's looking like Thai take-out after craft night...

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Leftover red Thai tofu, green beans with regular basil (instead of Thai - can't seem to find it here), and Bhutanese pineapple rice (but made with jasmine rice), all from AFR!


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