Thursday, December 9, 2010

Shades Of Brown

Red Robin was able to pull it off again today -- getting my order exactly right. Although, I'm worried they may have gotten me addicted to something in their food.

A bowl of Stella's Lentil Soup from Mom's Place for dinner.
TJ's Rocky Road Bars for dessert.
Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot.

9 comments:

Dianne said...

Isn't that Rocky road bark awesome? I'm so glad I found it! Well, not really...haha

foodfeud said...

I tried to look for that bark yesterday but I couldn't find it. Although I was in a rush. And even if I had gotten it, it would have been covered in beer.

The Health Seeker's Kitchen said...

Everything thing looks very yummy.

Michelle said...

It's that Red Robin seasoning that's addictive. :o)

Morgan@LittleHouseofVeggies said...

Mmmmm...i think I may need to take a trip to Red Robin!

snow said...

You have the best blog by the way. Most vegan food blogs are like "HERE ARE THE TEN LONG WINDED REASONS WHY I AM VEGAN, I KNOW I POSTED THIS LAST WEEK BUT I AM DOING IT AGAIN BECAUSE I LOVE SEEING MY INTELLIGENT ARGUMENTS POSTED OVER AND OVER AGAIN." And I'm just like "Okay, can it lady, just get to the foodporn already." So, thanks.

sara said...

last time i ate at red robin, the giant bird mascot came over to the table and my kids were terrified, and we never went back! that pic is making me remember that they do have damn tasty food. maybe i could do a take-out order :)

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, Ladies & Germ! Thanks for all the kind words!!!

Dianne, thank YOU for telling me about the Rocky Road!

FF, I hope Trader Joe's makes good on the items you lost in the explosion.

Snow, I don't know what horrible blogs you are looking at but thanks!

Sara, how come everyone has been to Red Robin before except me???

dirtyduck said...

my friend was telling me about their veggie burgers and how "real" they tasted. is it reasonably priced? that would be kinda fun to order.

"Our Red Robin seasoning may contain naturally occurring glutamates, which is not uncommon for seasonings, and cannot be eliminated."

thats why its so good, its a derivative of msg....hope that wasnt like, a rhetorical question/comment you made in your post..