Friday, February 10, 2012

Friday, February 10th

TJ's Raisin Swirl Bread with Tofutti Cream Cheese for breakfast.Lunch was the 'House Salad Bowl' (Artichokes, Carrots, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Celery with Balsamic Vinaigrette) $10.95 at Wildfire.
Field Roast Meatloaf with Imagine Mushroom Gravy and rehydrated Shitake Mushrooms, Baked Potato, Sour Supreme and Bac'uns.Half a slice of Confetti Cake from Vegan Treats for dessert.
Coming up tomorrow: Seitan making weather.


Miss Rachel said...

Ooh you make your own seitan?! I love seitan.

The salad seems kind of ho-hum for $10.95. Maybe the dressing was really good-?

I just read yesterday's post and notice you had Ethiopian food. We have an Ethiopian restaurant in Hartford that I've eaten at - good stuff!

foodfeud said...

Wow, confetti cake, I haven't seen that in ages.
Have you heard that now TJ is carrying their own brand of "non-dairy cream cheese"? Also, you are so right - it is totally seitan making weather and weekends are perfect for that.

Molly said...

The cake looks as fun as it does delicious! You get the best desserts.

Have a great weekend!

Rose said...

I'm craving some of the tofutti cream cheeze's been ages since I bought any. Anyway, the food all looks mighty tasty, and that cake looks fun!

So you'll be making seitan tomorrow? I'll be tuned in for that.

Stacy said...

Seitan making weather = bad weather? Just checking. Saturday tends to be my "kitchen drudge" day, weather notwithstanding. Free me from my shackles!!!

kimberly said...

i like the salad--artichokes would be a great addition to any salad in my opinion.

and that CAKE?!!! i want that really badly. when i saw it, it just put this huge smile on my face confetti cake is the absolute best.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Miss Rachel, I love Seitan too. Today was Veganomicon's Seitan Cutlets. My first time with that recipe. Very rubbery but the taste test will be tomorrow.

FF, I'll have to check out TJ's new Cream Cheese. If only someone would make non-dairy Cottage Cheese!

Molly, yeah, Confetti Cake is a definite party.

Rose, the Seitan is made. I'll post pics tomorrow.

Stacy, I'd help you break free from the shackles, but who knows if there's anyplace to get food near your house? You're just too far away to advise.

Kimberly, it's definitely great that Vegan Treats makes Confetti Cakes. Seems like they've covered every possible cake base that any vegan could think of.

xvavaveganx said...

That confetti cake looks so fun and pretty!! I love making confetti cakes. I miss seitan. It used to be a staple in my diet but I never made my own. I bet homemade is even better!