Saturday, December 27, 2008
Anyway, in all this boredom and misery I still got out of the house today and went to the farmer's market and got a few great things. I bought some Indian samosas with cilantro chutney, fruits and veg, and a loaf of sourdough baguette that I devoured in like 5 hours. Help me now.
I got around to make a Chickpea Salad that I've been spying in "Vegan A Go Go" by Sarah Kramer. It's super simple, and as I've been extremely lazy with cooking lately, it was an easy choice.
Chickpea Salad from "Vegan A Go Go", steamed green beans, and sourdough baguette:
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Your result for What Spice Are You Test...
You are Garlic!
0% Habanero, 30% Sage, 0% Thyme, 0% Ginger, 40% Garlic, 10% Curry, 10% Cinnamon and 10% Oregano!
You can be both mellow and sweet.
You are very loved and tend to get along well with people. People remember you! You love to help people and want to feel useful.
You may sometimes have a tendancy to talk a bit too much, but you also don't mind listening to other people either. You hate it when you become engrossed in your own problems, and you can often feel guilty.
You don't have a desire to lead, normally, and you don't mind taking directions and lending a hand. You have a generous spirit and a kind heart.
You are more than likely very attractive, but you would never stop to admit it. You do notice the positive qualities in other people, though.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Tip Top Tofu Loaf and Cumin Fried Potatoes:
Let me give you a rundown of a couple things I've eaten or made since I last posted:
I got this savory crepe from a local Vietnamese Vegetarian restaurant. I usually go there about once a week when I forget to make something for lunch at work. This crepe was filled with so many plants! But mostly bean sprouts which was a little odd. It came in plastic, not styrofoam, so I was able to recycle it. Can I get a "hell yeah" for the Earth?!
Cucumber Radish Salad:
Damn, I made this awhile ago but it's basically a Japanese cucumber-radish salad. I marinated the veggies with tamari, ginger, garlic, and a bit of sesame oil, then topped with sesame seeds. Pretty good but I was burping radish flavor for a few hours afterward.
Seitan Tikka Masala:
When I was a meat eater one of my fave dishes was chicken tikka masala. I was eager to find something similar that I could make with vegan ingredients when I came upon a recipe for this sweet deal. It's not exactly the same as the old tikka but it's become one of my favorite dishes now. Did I mention I love seitan?