Tuesday, November 30, 2010

WTF Tuesday

Gardein's Crispy Tenders...Crispy but more chewy than tender...
Field Roast, Stuffing, WF's Wild Mushroom Gravy & Cranberry Sauce...
WF's Vegan Cherry Pie. What happened to all the filling? A T'giving mystery!
Frontera Malbec.

9 comments:

Rose said...

I have to say, I love those Gardein tenders...very addictive. I like how you laid them on the plate with the sauce; it looks like a yummy spider's web...not that spider's webs are yummy, but I mean a yummy version of a spider's web.

dirtyduck said...

i have NEVER seen anything like that sad pie... where'd all yer guts go little pie? lol a Thanksgiving mystery, you are so funny.

Morgan@LittleHouseofVeggies said...

Did you sleep walk in the night and scoop the filling into your mouth?? hmmmmmm...

Michelle said...

Good idea about getting Maggie and heading to WF! I like your idea of heading to Cincinnati for ice cream too. :o)
Poor little sad pie....I bet it was still good though.

Jessica said...

Sometimes my tenders get chewy too, but I still eat 'em.

The Health Seeker's Kitchen said...

Everything looks really good. I still can't get over how good the Field Roast with stuffing looks. I am definately going to try and find one of these.

Bianca said...

I love how long the Field Roast has lasted! I still have a little bit of green beans and corn left but that's it. I went with the Gardein stuffed turk'y this year. Tasty, but not enough for leftovers...

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, Ladies!!!

Rose, pretty soon I'll be stylin' my food pics just like you;-)

I don't know what happened to the pie innards. The piece I took home was the first piece cut from the pie. It was still great though.

Michelle2, let's plan to meet at Jessica's for some Waffles & Ice Cream on Saturday. I'm sure she'll be home. What's her last name?

Deb, just stick w/your unprocessed foods. Don't sink to my level.

Bianca, you went the expensive route. Must be all that cookbook money burning a hole in your pocket.

Jenny said...

You're turning into such a professional reviewer...look at all the adjectives: crispy, chewy, tender...I feel as if I'm also there eating a gardein strip.