Due to a water main break, E. Lombard Street was shut down and I was unable to find my way out of Baltimore today. Fortunately, I had a delicious 18" pizza from Brick Oven Pizza in the car to tide me over till I finally found the signs for Route 95 South.
Broccoli, Mushrooms, Green Peppers and Onions with Teese cheese ($4 surcharge for Teese). Minus the two slices I ate in traffic.
I stopped at Whole Foods and saw a stack of these boxes of brownies. $6.99 a box, I'll let you know how they are.
I'm still unable to get my images and text in order but this is Miser Wot (Spicy Lentils) alongside Collard Greens & Cabbage. I used to go to Warka all the time a few years ago, but it started to give me heartburn. Today's lunch really hit the spot! It was extremely delicious with no ill effects.
I did some grocery shopping at the new Lotte in Chantilly today. After I finished shopping, I went to the Korean restaurant, Evergreen, in the food court. (The Korean restaurant at SuperH in Fairfax has the same name so I assume they're related. I am smart like that).
Anyway, I got the Bi Bim Bop for $6.99. The pics are still not cooperating, but right is my lunch prior to mixing with rice & hot sauce.
wrapped with Roma Tomatoes, Romaine, Scallions and Kalamata Olives. Served with baked Lavash Chips and Grapes. Supremely delicious for $6.89 and I don't know why the picture is on the right instead of the middle, but it refuses to move to the left.
This recipe first came to my attention in Northern Virginia Magazine. Per my cooking criteria, the recipe was super simple. I veganized it using Soy Protein Chunks. The flavor was good, but the Soy Protein Chunks were tough. Someone with more cooking experience than myself would probably be able to make this simple recipe really tasty.
I used to eat these all the time several years ago, but just started eating again recently. They're delicious convenience food if not over- cooked or under-cooked. I prefer mine topped with TJ's Marinara Sauce and shredded FYH Cheddar.
Today's lunch from The Perfect Pita: The Mediterranean Sampler: Tabouleh, Hummus and White Bean Salad on greens. I really hope this chain can keep up the quality, it's unbelievable to get a huge high quality salad like this for $5.49. I am so lucky! Mr. SV made his speciality tonight: Smart Dogs baked in Crescent Rolls with Baked Beans.
This picture is very unappetizing, but since I've posted where I've had lunch every day this week, I thought I'd post today's carryout from CPK. The Tuscan Hummus with Pita is always phenomenal. I don't know what CPK does to make it so yummy. 05.26.2009 - I JUST FOUND OUT THE PITA BREAD IS NOT VEGAN!!!!!!! If you want to try the CPK Hummus, ask for the Neopolitan Crust instead of the Pita Bread to go with it. Sorry for the misinformation. This was news to me! I also bought the last three vegan cupcakes at Cakelove. Natalia's cupcakes are more to my taste, but I like to show businesses,whenever possible,that there is consumer demand for vegan foodstuff.