Friday, November 18, 2011

Friday, November 18th

Korean for lunch: carryout Soft Tofu Soup from Lighthouse Tofu.
Mexican for dinner: Tostadas with Refried Beans and Daiya Pepperjack.
Half a piece of Pumpkin Cake from Vegan Treats via Loving Hut for dessert.


Isobelle said...

Mr Pepper-jack Daiya keeps hanging around. What's with that? I haven't tried Daiya but apparently it's really great.
I guess I should go and see your other posts from this week to catch up!

Stacy said...

Good-lookin' eats, and I only had to go one step in the chart. Vodka-filled binoculars it is.

foodfeud said...

Haha! I like that chart. It's funny but it actually provides real food ideas, kinda. Now I just gotta figure out how to haul 512 ounces of wine to the folks' house safely, considering I'll probably have already been drinking a lot by then too.
Seriously considering telling my mom I can't make it.

Ingrid Improves said...

Hmm. . .based on that chart I need to bring pecan pie. Perhaps I will! The only thing I have so far is a Tofurkey Vegetarian Roast.

This was a very international food day. Where will you visit tomorrow? :)

Molly said...

Pumpkin cake & added avocado to the tostadas? Oh yeah. You got it going on!

Rose said...

Oh wow, triple yum...the soup looks yummy...was it? And as for the rest, I can tell it was delicious, with all that avocado and the frosting on the cake. (Special weakness for frosted cakes.)

I'm torn between the vodka and the Dogfish Head...500 ounces (at least) is a given. I think I'll just readjust the circles a bit and go Vodka>Dogfish Head>Wine in that order.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Isotope, Daiya isn't really great, IMO. I'm not endorsing it. Just some momentary weakness.

Stacy, great binocular idea. I've got to try the Vodka soaked Tampons. Supposed to be great.

FF, so cool how you can just tell your Mom what you're doing for T'giving. Sounds like you had one of those healthy upbringings I've heard about.

Ingrid, you're Team Tofurky? I'm Team Field Roast. Oh well, we can probably still be friends...or acquaintances...distant acquaintances...

Molly, I'm trying to pretend I have it going on. Were it not for this blog, it would be all Boca Burgers and Tots/24 x 7.

Rose, yes, the Korean Soft Tofu Soup was very good. Not something I would crave or want very often, but light and well seasoned. Are you hosting this year, or are you at your Mom's house?

xvavaveganx said...

That is so weird, I know I definitely commented on this post, but it didn't show up? That's the second time it happened :( I basically said that all of your meals looks really really good and I want to eat that pumpkin cake and the chart was really cute. I wonder why they keep disappearing?

kimberly said...

looks like a pretty awesome food day here.