Tuesday, May 31, 2011

85% Delicious Day

Roasted Vegetables and lots of Rice $6.95 from Olive Express for lunch.
Boca Chick'n Patties and Roasted Broccoli for dinner.
Two thirds of a slice of Peanut Butter Bomb Cake $5 from Vegan Treats via Loving Hut for dessert. Photogenic but not that great tastewise.
Matthew Fox Shiraz.

8 comments:

Vegan Flower said...

Ah, that stinks that the cake wasn't that great. I hate when that happens, especially when they have such enticing names!

foodfeud said...

Haha, how mathematically exactly was this calculated? Is the cake a full 33% worth?

xvavaveganx said...

All of your roasted veggies look super yummy! That is really sad about the cake because it looks so good...that makes it that much more disappointing when it doesn't taste that great!

Jenny said...

I find that I rarely like the cake at restaurants or bakeries. The icing usually tastes bland or shortening-ish, and the cake is usually dry.

Jessica said...

Wow, peanut butter bomb cake really sounds good. I bet you put it down because you're a dessert connoisseur.

Alessandra said...

You eat out a lot! Prices are certainly lower that in NZ (and obviously you have more choice!).
Me, I usually make food three times per day :-).

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Well Hello There!

VF, yeah, I had to at least try the Chocolate Peanut Butter Bomb. It was my vegan duty.

FF, it's fuzzy math. You wouldn't understand.

VaVa, I kinda anticipated the cake not tasting that great. But I was still hoping I'd be wrong.

Jenny, 'dry' is correct. 'Moist' is a good adjective for cake.

Jessica, I am 100% objective when it comes to some stuff. Seriously! This 'bomb' totally bombed!

Alessandra, if I lived in New Zealand, how cool would that be?! I'd eat out Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner every day!

kimberly said...

how disappointing that the cake wasn't good. it seriously looks like it would be insane!