Tuesday, September 14, 2010

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After waiting and waiting for Wegman's to put the Veggies out on the hot bar, by 11:20 I decided to give up because I was getting agitated. Loading up on Szechuan String Beans, Kung Pao Tofu and a Spring Roll worked out well anyway.
Since her Fry Sauce was so successful, tonight I made Elise's Baby Bella Stroganoff. I followed the recipe exactly (specifically the teaspoon of Ground Mustard) although I did add a package of TJ's Beefless Beef Strips and lots of fresh ground Pepper. Great easy recipe!
Dessert was the last piece of the Blessed Mama Chocolate Chip Pecan Bars.
Lots of Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot...

12 comments:

Jessica said...

I see green string beans!

Morgan@LittleHouseofVeggies said...

To me, all of this food looks awesome!! And I get to personally asample some of Elise's cooking so Im sure her stroganoff was great! :)

Elise said...

I am so glad that you liked it! Ground mustard and all! I might just have to try the beefless strips next time I make it... yum!

blessedmama said...

Hmm, those bars look yummy. I'm going to have to give that recipe a try! She must be a fabulous baker!

Leah said...

That looks amazingly delicious! I don't even think as an omni I ever tried stroganoff to miss it as a vegan, but that sounds tasty.

I was drawn to your blog by the name. I went backpacking in two of the Shenandoah parks, and it rivaled any other trip I've made!

Michelle said...

Oh YUM....stroganoff. That used to be one of my favorite dishes before I became a vegan. I will be trying out that Baby Bella Stroganoff out for sure! Heck, I bet Tony will even like that. :o)

Carissa said...

Perfect timing, I was just planing on making some stroganoff tonight because I need to finish off the rest of my Sour Supreme :)

Dianne said...

Mmm, mushrooms and beefy strips on pasta! Sounds like a good fall meal.

Tiffany said...

Wow it all looks amazing! I am definitely digging the stroganoff (something I haven't eaten in a long time) and am subsequently having comfort food cravings.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, Ladies!!!

Jessica, just as long as you dont see dead people, all is good.

Morgan, it's not polite to brag.

Elise, I am indebted for life for the Fry Sauce recipe.

Blessed Mama, I am indebted for like for Chocolate Chip Pecan Bar recipe.

Leah, many people love the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Wish I had something to do with it, but...oh well...

Michelle, if I were you, I wouldn't waste anymore of your life waiting to see what Tony will or wont like.

Carissa, we INFPs love the comfort food.

Dianne, it's still summer here, but any excuse to eat a heavy sour cream laden meal...

Tiffany, thanks for dropping by, I'll check out your blog tomorrow...

dirtyduck said...

i love the title!! lollololol. the string beans looks great! sorry they took so long with the veggies, did you tell them who you were? lol:)

kimberly said...

mmmmmm spring roll!!!!