Sunday, October 17, 2010

All Kinds Of Healthy Goodness

Lunch was a bowl of Stella's Lentil Soup. Thick and nourishing...

and the vegetable platter at Mom's Place. Okra! The vegetables were way too tasty, so I'm thinking there may have been some butter somewhere in this dish...
Dinner was a WF's "Chef's Feature" Sandwich...
...on Ezekiel Whole Wheat Bread with Route 11 Chips...

Pumpkin Pie for dessert...
A bottle of Matthew Fox Shiraz...

8 comments:

foodfeud said...

If only those vegetables could come with a huge green VEGAN sticker like Whole Foods too...

Rose said...

Those lentils are making my mouth water. And those veggies look so vibrant and delish...I doubt they'd need butter to make them taste extra good. :)

dirtyduck said...

okra under NO circumstances deserves an "!"

Zoa said...

I wish I didn't know what you mean about the butter. I had the same experience recently when a co-worker offered me a piece of dark chocolate to try. Dark chocolate is mostly vegan, and it was so good that I looked up the ingredient list in a store later, and, sure enough...dang! Just as well, really, but still...

Jessica said...

Okra tastes good without butter, and I can't think of any usually-buttered vegetables except corn. I get the idea Mom's Place is learning to cater to you, but who knows.

blessedmama said...

Boy, what an appetite you had! So, you had soup at home and then went out to lunch? And you had two sandwiches for dinner? Girl! But, who I am to judge? I can hardly wait until I can gorge again without worrying about a weigh-in.

Michelle said...

That veggie platter does look delish! I'm always leery of eating out where I live. Most people think vegan is actually vegetarian...they think if it doesn't have meat in it, then it's okay....ugh

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, Ladies and Germ!

People love to use butter as a flavor shortcut. Must take heed.

Jessica, you are quite perceptive. Mom's Place is trying so hard. So hard.

Blessed Mama, time for a hot new avatar!

Michelle, it really sounds like you live in the deep dark recesses of the South. Very spooky.