Sunday, June 17, 2012

Sunday, June 17th

Breakfast was at Cafe Nola: Tofu Scramble $10.
Eggless Egg Salad from The Common Market for lunch.
Carryout from Everlasting Life Cafe for dinner: BBQ Seitan with Mac & Cheese...
Yellow Cake with White Icing.
Coming up tomorrow: The other half of my WF's Glorious Morning Scone for breakfast. Lunch is still a wildcard.

7 comments:

glutenfreehappytummy.com said...

the frosting on that cake looks so delicious and decadent!! and so does that mac and cheeze!! yum!!! great food day, i must say:) thanks for sharing!

xvavaveganx said...

Oooh that tofu scramble! That looks amazing! Dinner looks great too, that mac and cheese looks so good! The cake is a great way to finish the day :) Another great food day as promised!

Molly said...

I remember the last time you had that scramble. It looks so good! What kind of seasoning do they put on it?

I'm being tortured by yellow cake today. First at my in-laws (it wasn't vegan, so I didn't partake in it) and now this. I feel a craving coming on that will plague me.

kimberly said...

damn. that tofu scrambles looks divine to me right now.

Miss Rachel said...

Looks delicious, especially that cake and the way whoever made it was not stingy with the frosting. I love vanilla cake!

Ingrid said...

Catching up. . .I am SO HAPPY to eat vicariously through you. Thank you for going back to Everlasting Life Cafe. I'm absolutely drooling!!

I'm really enjoying your Sunday eats, too. . .yum.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

GFHTummy, thanks for looking!

VaVa, when it is a great food day, I'm always the first to admit it.

Molly, excellent question re the Scramble seasoning. I wish I had better scensors to describe such details. Alas, I can only say the cooking oil was of the highest quality, i.e., not re-used.

Kimberly, it was a divine 'Scrambles'.

Miss Rachel, the mysteries of Everlasting Life Cafe make me ponder who made the cake and how it was made. The sign outside says '100% vegan' and therefore all who enter must trust that to be true.

Ingrid, glad to see you're back, I was concerned you had fallen of the vegan blogging grid.