Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Reasonable Food Day

Lunch was at Anthony's in Purcellville where we both had a $2.25 House Salad to start...
and I had the Mediterranean Wrap (Hummus, Tomatoes, Black Olives, Onions & Romaine) without feta.
Dinner was Field Roast and Imagine Organic Wild Mushroom Gravy, Roast Cauliflower on the side.
Turtle Trails.
Alice White Merlot...
Links to Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes:
NY Times

8 comments:

dirtyduck said...

i think im going to get some sort of meaty thing like that for thanksgiving. i really havent bought any mock meat in months but...it looks really fun:) this is a great day of food, those french fries look sinful:) bu the wrap looks fresh and delicious. lol i just licked my lips for real hahaha

Jenny said...

i would even say more than reasonable

foodfeud said...

Oooh cauliflower. That's it! I'm making that today!

Carissa said...

Thanks for the links! Your dinner looked good! I am trying to plan my Thanksgiving meal right now. My husband is still making Turkey :( but all the sides will be veg!

blessedmama said...

Looks like a good day of food. That's actually an impressive starter salad, not all of them look that good.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, Ladies & Germ,

Thanks for your kind words. I am trying to eat healthier, i.e., more reasonable.

Jessica said...

This does look like a reasonable food day. And as much as I like fancy T-day menus, I like veganizing my family classics. And every year I must explain that dressing and stuffing are not the same.

kimberly said...

that wrap is my idea of perfect!