Wednesday, August 22, 2012

WTF Wednesday

Kashi Cinnamon Harvest and Flaxseed Milk for breakfast.
A TJ's Chickenless Chicken & Avocado Sandwich for lunch.
Candle Cafe Tofu Spinach Ravioli for dinner. One day I will actually dine at Candle Cafe. Typing that on my blog will make it so.
A third(!) of a piece of Spice Cake from Everlasting Life Cafe for dessert. This was heaven on earth. Highly suspicious that it was actually vegan.
Coming up tomorrow: More Plums for breakfast. Lunch is a wildcard.

6 comments:

glutenfreehappytummy.com said...

yum, that ravioli looks incredible! i love filled pasta so much. and WOW that spice cake is outrageous! that's a sign of a good treat if you're skeptical it's truly vegan! :)

xvavaveganx said...

I have tunnel vision for the spice cake. That sounds seriously delicious and from your rave review it must be! I would seriously love a piece of that right now. Ive been craving sweets like crazy lately. Good think I made that healthy cookie dough dip ;)

Ingrid said...

Chickenless Chicken and avocado sounds like a great combo. I should pick up the Gardein version and try it out (it's the kind WF used in their Vegan Sonoma wrap - it so good).

I look forward to your Candle Cafe trip. Make sure to eat lots of places in NYC, taking lots of pictures. Would you like me to book (but not pay for) your tickets? :)

foodfeud said...

In Re: Candle Cafe: do it. Henceforth every comment on yr blog from me will be "So, have you planned yr trip to NYC yet?"
mr. SV can probably be persuaded, no?

Miss Rachel said...

Everything looks pretty yummy, but that ravioli looks especially so. Sweetie and I definitely plan to go to Candle Cafe one of these days, maybe as anniversary treat.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

GFHTummy, hopefully, one day, it will be a sign of a good treat if we suspect that it's actually vegan.

VaVa, that's right. I don't give positive reviews too often. This Spice Cake transported me to another plane.

Ingrid, will Mr. SV & I be part of your geography class? Tomorrows quiz: How fare from Virginia to NYC via the Jersey Turnpike. Answer: Five hellish hours if you obey the speed limit.

FF, oh, easy way to get out of thinking of a comment. Mr. SV is always ready to go to NYC. It's hauling the pups that puts the kobosh on any travel.

Miss Rachel, just how much sweeter will your anniversary meal be, knowing that I'm at home burning up with jealousy?