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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:27 pm 
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Sweet potato and black bean burritos with zucchini, tomato and corn salad on the side, both from Supermarket Vegan


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Restaurant Mysore masala dosa with rasam and coconut chutney. It was decent but the dosa could definitely have been more crisp. I need to remember that I don't like my dosas filled.


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Seitan chilli with rice, garlicky roasted sweet potatoes and garlic mayo.


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Spinach Potato Curry and brown rice (AFR). It's gonna be gooooood.

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Curried butternut squash soup and whipped potatoes.


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Noodles Romanov and sauteed kale w/garlic and red pepper.


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soyrizo, potato & cheeze tacos with red rice!

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I made minestrone which sounds super boring but we were both craving something just warming and comforting (and easy), and we also had roasted potato wedges, and salad with sprouted garbanzos, spinach, roasted beets, marinated red onions, and cucumber. It was nice if not a tad dull, and notably the first time I've been able to convince myself to eat salad enthusiastically in January.


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Last night had a really nice, simple dinner. Tofu baked with olive oil, herbamare and black pepper, sweet potato fries with smoked paprika, and cabbage and broccoli sauteed/steamed with garlic and chilli. With a bit of salsa and a tiny bit of hummus for dipping.


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Making white chicken (soy curl) chili at the moment. Haven't made white chili before, it smells fantastic. Will probably top it with avocado, maybe some salsa and hot sauce, and the last of the cashew queso I made last week.


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Seitan pot roast, AVC brie and BBQ sauce sandwiches. Chocolate sponge pudding and custard.


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I'm at work desperately craving tacos. So, tacos. If I can even make it out the door without passing out from hunger.


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Socca and green beans in sweet vermouth mustard sauce.

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Veggie pho with tofu. I heart this dish. Even though I know it's a sodium bomb, eating a giant bowl full of broccoli, carrots, cabbage, red peppers, mushrooms, bean sprouts, tofu and noodles makes me feel healthy. I always load it up with cilantro and chili paste, too. Yum.


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Chickpea cutlets with lentil salad! And sauce. But I haven't thought about that yet.

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Gnocchi and sauteed broccoli with marinara sauce

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Grilled cheezly with pickled jalapeño and shabby organic tomato on sourdough, reheated tots and spicy pickles. Classy.

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Mashed potatoes and gravy.


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We're doing a clean-out-the-fridge soup. Things that will probably make it in there: last-leg-celery, carrots, zucchini, broccoli, and maybe a potato or two for creaminess. I also have some kale that's wilting that I might throw in there. After stewing in some broth, it's all going in the blendtec with a bit of soymilk and spices. Smoked paprika, maybe. Hmm.


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Stew and polenta, apricot flapjacks. Yum!


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Sesame tofu strips, steamed greens and broccoli with peanut sauce. Maybe rice too.


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Fish and chips! Eppy's Dungeon Master wanted it for dinner the other night and I was like "wait, before you go find some actual fish and chips, let's just make it on Sunday!" so yeah, i'm gonna deep fry tonight. I'm ready to have a greasy face and a house that smells like oil. it's gonna be delish!

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