Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Lunch, Dinner and Dessert

Vegan Bulgogi Cheese Steak $3.49 at Whole Foods with Adobo Black Bean Chili $3.89 for lunch.
More Jambalaya Rice Mix and Butler's Soy Curls with Roasted Cauliflower for dinner
Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot for self medication.


Jessica said...

That sandwich is quite a steal! And your cauliflower looks amazing.

It's hot here. I've switched to white wine at least until I crack and turn on the a/c.

Vegan Flower said...

Mmmm... cheese steak! I could totally rip into that and the donut right now. The roasted caulifower looks might yummy, too.

xvavaveganx said...

Oooh I'm totally roasting up some cauliflower soon! Looks so good, and that donut! Jealous!

foodfeud said...

I was going to agree with Jessica - that's pretty cheap for what sounds like a great sandwich.
Where are all these desserts coming from? Do you buy them around you or do you get them online?
Oh! Haha I thought of you the other day - I was at WF and they had fiddlehead ferns and this woman was totally hoarding them all! She was seriously scraping the bin out and all these people were standing around her. It was pretty funny.

dirtyduck said...

and now you have donuts....what are you trying to do to the rest of us?

(sorry i havent been around much, my parents are over, i know you have missed me...lol)

Rose said...

That sandwich looks fab! I never see anything cool like that my WF, they just do a veggie sandwich with no cheese or mayo for vegans...what is wrong with them??

I'm not a donut fan, but that one looks pretty tasty.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hello, It's Me....

Jessica, I couldn't believe it! $3.49 for a big vegan sub! As usual, I'm sure it won't last long (White wine gives me heart burn, so I just blast the A/C).

VF, have you gone to Whole Foods yet? You said you were going to go look for the Pretzel Bread.

VaVa, Roasted Cauliflower is a great gluten-free treat.

FF, the latest vegan desserts (Liz Lovely Cookies, Canoe Boats & Donuts) were picked up at Pangea in Rockville, Maryland. They're open to the public on weekends. (I'm well aware of those entitled Whole Foods B*tches! Completely oblivious!)

Michelle1, tell the 'rents to go home. After three days, house guests start to smell like unwashed Shirataki Noodles.

Rose, I am still disbelieving. One day I will make it to Seattle and Portland and I shall see for myself all the phenomenal choices you have out there.