Thursday, September 15, 2011

Thursday, September 15th

Forbidden Rice Salad, Asian Tofu and White Bean Salad from WF's Salad Bar for lunch.
Field Roast Classic Meatloaf with Imagine Mushroom Gravy and Steamed Baby Broccoli for dinner. Having the little box of Gravy in the fridge really opens up the meal possibilities.
Wegman's PB on Ezekiel WW for dessert. Don't know when this savory dessert trend is gonna end.
These post summations are taking the place of titles in terms of time wasted agonizing over nothing. Howzabout...

6 comments:

xvavaveganx said...

Another yummy WF's hot bar success! That baby broccoli looks really great, nice and bright! I've been wanting peanut butter since dinner too...I am totally into the savory desserts.

Lol I don't know what the summation equivalent of using the date for the title would be.

foodfeud said...

Oh the gravy possibilities! Gravy in cereal, gravy over ravioli, wavy gravy....

Rose said...

I'm all for savories after dinner; others may enjoy sweet temptations, but I'm all for the next round of salt...or peanut butter works too. When I was a kid one of my favorite desserts was peanut butter on graham crackers...a bit dry, but so yummy.

Carissa said...

Good idea with the titles. I always get stressed over those too.

Michelle said...

Thanks for the tip on using wonton wrapers for making my own ravioli. I'll be giving that a try very soon!
Oh Yum...your WF salad bar lunch looks awesome!
I've been craving some gravy lately myself...I always just make my own though. I need to try the Imagine.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VaVa, feel free to think of the post summation equivalent to just using a date. I sure can't think of any.

FF, truthfully, I would not even consider myself a gravy fan, but this little box opens doors 1, 2 & 3 of meal ideas for me!

Rose, same as my childhood: PB on Crackers while watching tv at night. Yet no weight issues. What's that about?

Carissa, no stressing over post titles for you! Put those bloated feet up and relax while you can.

Michelle2, I would have no clue how to make gravy. Although, the name sounds kinda close to 'groovy'.... "Groovy Gravy"! Dibs on that!