Thursday, February 28, 2013

Thursday, February 28th

Blah Blah Blah Breakfast...
Every time I go to WF's, I tell myself that if they have vegan Pizza, I'm going to get it. Today, they actually had it! It was very impressive no less! Unfortunately, I only got one slice $3.49. Now that I know it is good, I'll get two or three slices next time.
I enjoyed dipping the Pizza crust in my cup of Adobo Black Bean Chili $3.99.
The O'Brien Potatoes from breakfast were still sitting out on the Hot Bar, so I got a scoop of those and they also were great and prevented me from hitting the vending machine in the afternoon.
Dinner was Hazelnut Cranberry Field Roast En Croute with Imagine Mushroom Gravy and yet more Potatoes, this time Fingerling. Behold the Potato that was sort of shaped like a butt or other genitalia.
No dessert. Lunch at PF Changs tomorrow with Mom.

4 comments:

Rambling Vegans said...

I've looked for vegan pizza at WF's each time we've gone there and have never lucked out. It looks good! Genius idea to dip the crust in the chili.

xvavaveganx said...

Oh man WFs vegan pizza looks delicious! I have never seen vegan pizza (or any prepared pizza for that matter) at my WFs. That looks seriously delicious and I agree that dipping the crust in the chili is pretty genius. Also a really good idea to get potatoes to snack on for an afternoon pick me up :)

Unknown said...

The potato is definatly an awkward butt shape....!
Glad the foods that are whole came thru for you today- i am often tempted yet so skeptical of any vegan pizza after wasting too much $ on the disappointing ones i often stick to the garlic knots, vegan at the place around the corner from me and soft/fluffy/fab.
Enjoy the mom-lunching.
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The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

RVs, that's why I had to buy a slice when I saw it. I'm always trying to vote with my shopping dollar.

VaVa, our local WF's always has about six different Pizzas as well as Calzones sitting under the heat lamps. You must have something even better instead of the Pizzas.

Unknown, I did feel strange eating the little Potato Buttocks. If only you had a way to show off your soft and fluffy Garlic Knots to the vegan community...