Friday, March 30, 2012

Friday, March 30th

Just like I predicted, a Banana and TJ's Valencia Peanut Butter for breakfast...
Lunch was 'The Vegan' $5.99 Hummus, Lettuce, Tomato, Sprouts and Onions from Ize's Deli and Bagelry.
Green Curry from Thai Deelish for dinner.
An ancient Mahalo Bar for dessert.
Coming up tomorrow: Hopefully, breakfast and lunch out. Just have to pick some places.

6 comments:

xvavaveganx said...

Can we talk a little bit about how AMAZING that sandwich looks?! Excellent choice just made better by the pumpernickel bagel and yummy looking pickles! That Mahalo bar looks amazing, I've never tried those candy bars but they sound so good!

Ingrid said...

Random question: is "Valencia" is reference to the style of pb or is it orange flavored pb? Weird, I know - but just eggless salad (ha ha!) we don't have Trader Joe's.

Agreeing with Sarah on that sandwich!

Good looking dessert! I'm actually indulging tonight, too.

Rose said...

Am I the only one who thinks the breakfast pic is slightly naughty?

The bagel looks so yummy, and so does the curry...it's been ages since I've had a green curry...must have one soon!

Happy Weekend Shen! Enjoy!

kimberly said...

That bagel looks quite delicious! I have been craving bagels ever since I went to our local bakery.

I love that it's called a bagelry...it sounds cool to me for some reason!

Zoa said...

Naughty? All I know is that bananas and peanut butter is such an addicting combination that I can't have them both in my house at the same time. Friends can get a little too close...and the sandwich does look stupendous...

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VaVa, you would like the Mahalo candy bars -- they're vegan Almond Joys;-)

Ingrid, apparently they grow peanuts in Valencia, Spain as well. I'm guessing. Yes, I'm three days behind on your blog. I'm also planning to research what is going on in the Mile High City. There's no excuse for your lack of Eggless Egg Salad.

Rose, this is a PG-13 breakfast pic. I'm not sure my readers can handle the NC-17 scenes.

Kimberly, I agree, a Bagelry sounds very dedicated to the craft of making Bagels. This Bagelry is pretty good. Not as great as in NYC or, apparently, Montreal.

Zoa, life is short! Please let the Bananas and Peanut Butter cohabitate freely!