Sunday, September 30, 2012

Sunday, September 30th

Breakfast was some half-hour Bob's Red Mill Steel Cut Oats with Dried Cranberries...
Lunch was at Thai Deelish, where we shared the Veggie Dumplings $6.95
And I had the Green Curry $13.95
Field Roast Franks with TJ's Tots for dinner.
A half cup of Pretzels for dessert. All good stuff.


Anonymous said...

oooh those dumplings look amazing! bliss:)

xvavaveganx said...

Hahaha half hour oatmeal. I should make oatmeal soon. Tis the season! I'm with Caralyn, those dumplings look absolutely delicious. And now I'm craving pretzels ;) Great looking food day!

Mary said...

Seriously, the dumplings look amazing!

foodfeud said...

I don't give a crap about dumplings, but fantastic looking curry. Did they fry the green beans or something first?? They look crispy!
I was worried about you posting so late tonight, I thought something happened! You should actually not post tomorrow as an anti-mofo thing. Yeah man. F the system.

Miss Rachel said...

Oh that Thai green curry looks so good, and I remember I tried to create it on my own but was unsuccessful. I'll just admire it from here.

Anonymous said...

When I looked at the dumplings picture my stomach grumbled.

I wonder if it's just steel cut oats that take a while? We get regular oats and they take 5 to 10 minutes to cook, depending on how much we make.

Ingrid said...

I am in the mood for curry powder, so I will be making a few curry influenced soon. I don't believe I've ever had green curry, though. . .

Oooh. Tots.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

GFHTummy, the Dumplings were a nice departure from the usual Spring Rolls.

VaVa, no Pretzels for you (unless they're GF). Only have one more serving of the half hour Oatmeal left in the bag. Phew!

Mary, the Dumpling pic did come out really well. Lucky for me.

FF, I thought about not posting during MoFo. Then I thought about just turning off comments for the month so readers can save their commenting energy for other bloggers. Then I thought I'm totally overthinking this. I'll pretend it's just like any other month. Anyway, I was wondering about the Green Beans as well. So crinkley. I posted late cuz of 'Homeland'. Claire Danes' fault.

Miss Rachel, I thought about you trying to recreate it. It's quite a mysterious bowl of complex flavors.

Molly, that's funny about your stomach;-) Yes, I bought the slowest most old-fashionedist Oats possible. My new bag of Oats says they only take 5-7 minutes to cook.

Ingrid, Green Curry Paste if very common. You can find it in your Thai grocery aisle. The Tots you can in your work cafeteria.