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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:31 am 
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I have some silken tofu I need to use up, so i think I'll try the "penne-wise peanutty pasta" from VOTC.


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I'm thawing some curry lobia from VEW and will probably pair it with a potato curry dish of some kind since our potatoes are growing eyes.


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Last night was coconut rice, pomegranate tofu, and bok choy with crispy shallots. Tonight will be leftover rice with lentil Balti curry and homemade naan.


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Cauliflower cheese (I made a sauce from AVC brie), garlicky roasted sweet potato, steamed carrots, green beans and peas with gravy.


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Slow cooker mushroom chili

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Red lentil Thai chili from the PPK blog :)


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We're having lasagna, Oh She Glows caesar salad, and my signature artisan-style ciabatta loaf. Then tarte tatin from Chloe's book, (but without whipped coconut cream, because my can of coconut milk stayed emulsified and never separated when chilled).

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Quick Fix Vegan's Deconstructed Bahn Mi Salad.

I've been meaning to make this for a while and just got around to buying the ingredients today. I'm pretty excited!


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Lentil soup, I think!


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Open faced sandwiches! Tempeh bacon, mayo, and different kinds of mustards. I realized I have 9 kinds of mustards, so I'm dealing with that issue.

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Coconut-Kale Rice from VOTC


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Clean-out-the-fridge spaghetti with roasted cherry tomatoes, garlic, red bell pepper, the last of my no cluck seitan, pan-fried, all topped with chopped green olives, AVC Parmesan and nooch.

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I'm making the VYY Italian rice and beans for my parent's tonight. Going to add some seitan pepperoni, I think, and serve it with broccoli and avocado.


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The simplest leek and potato soup....plus extra for freezer meals!

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Daal and roasted veggies.


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mac & cheeze with veggie dog casserole, biscuits and spicy sauteed kale!

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Chilli with brown rice, with peas and sweetcorn and cheezly and nooch.


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bbq jackfruit tacos with slaw, pickled onions, and roasted corn/black bean salad

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spicy lentil soup from Vegan Indian Cooking and Vietnamese salad rolls with peanut sauce if I can gather the ingredients.

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Quick Fix Vegan jambalaya bake, using PPK white bean sausages with andouille seasonings subbed in. Side o' green beans.


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Tofu and veggies in peanut sauce over brown rice.


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AFR chipotle chili with sweet potatoes and Brussels, with quinoa stirred in. My mouth's on fire!


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