Sunday, May 15, 2011

Non-Vegans Miss Out On The Best Stuff

My 'Spring Garden and Forest Forager' Salad $10 at Market Table Bistro....Asparagus, Morels, Golden Beets, Radish Slivers, Diced Carrots, Micro Greens and Flower Petals atop a Beet reduction.
An aerial view of Mr. SV's plate.

I also ate all of these Slow Roasted Mediterranean Olives $5


A Tofurky Kielbasa Sub with Lettuce, Tomato and Hot & Sweet Mustard for dinner.




Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot.

10 comments:

dirtyduck said...

canoe boats! lol i went to there website to tease myself with more pics:) what a pretty salad! and id never heard of roasted olives, ill know know to try them if i see'em

Rose said...

Hear, Hear! That is a very true statement...if only all the non-vegans out there would wake up to the truth!

That salad is a work of art...and slow-roasted olives? I'm swooning!

foodfeud said...

That salad is beautiful! And so true about non-vegans missing out. There's so much stuff I would never have tried if I weren't vegan. Like a canoe boat.

kimberly said...

i would have been all over those olives too!! love them!

those canoe boats are cool. me gusta!

also, that flaxmilk on my blog was from wal-mart...i read about it on another blog (i can't remember now!), but i guess wal-mart is the only carrier at the moment. i highly recommend it even though, i don't like wal-mart!

Michelle said...

What an amazing look salad! You are so right about the non vegans missing out. They always tell me that I am missing out, but they are so wrong! Great food day that you had! :o)

Health Seeker's Kitchen said...

Wow! Fancy and beautiful looking dish from Market Table Bistro, as well as the delicious roasted olives. YUMMY!

Bianca said...

Fancy salad!! Love it!

Vegan Flower said...

I agree about the salad- the presentation is gorgeous. The canoe boats look mighty yummy.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Fellow Vegans -- You Totally Know How It Is --

You're excited to eat in a restaurant. There's only one thing for you on the menu and you are ambivalent, but just want to enjoy yourself. You end up eating something totally mind-blowing and feeling like a million bucks while every else feels like sh*t from their meal of flesh, fat and salt.

The salad was the prettiest thing I'd ever been served! It was like something Wolfgang Puck would cater for the Golden Globes!

(Kimberly, I seriously doubt my Walmart has Flaxseed Milk but I'll doublecheck. Whole Foods definitely didn't have it today.)

Jessica said...

I love the aerial view - how fancy!

I always get nervous when there are multiple choices on the menu; sometimes it's best to be limited to one. Unless you can go back and try everything.