Saturday, October 5, 2013

Saturday, October 5th

This morning I made my first ever delicious Smoothie. Two frozen Bananas, Almond Milk, two Dates and a heaping Tablespoon of Nuttzo. No clue what I did right this time. Actually tasted like the most delicious milkshake. Thick and creamy. 
Too bad I didn't make enough to fill this big glass...
Field Roast Smoked Tomato Deli Slice Sandwich with Vegenaisse for lunch...
Dinner was carried out from Loving Hut starting with 'Summer Rolls' $2.50...
'Mixed Vegetables and Tofu' $8.95 were excellent as always...
PPK Marbled Banana Bread for dessert. Not quite as moist as it was when I made it several weeks ago, but still hits the spot...
Hoping to get Mr. SVegetarian out to breakfast tomorrow. Tune in to find out if I succeeded.

8 comments:

Hannah said...

Um you should blend the cake into the smoothie tomorrow. Cakeshake!

Sarah said...

Oooh so much yummy stuff happening in this post! The smoothie sounds absolutely delicious!! I bet the Nutzo added so much depth and flavor, yum!! I am so missing Loving Hut right now! The summer rolls look so fresh and the meal also looks perfect. Haha I like Hannah's idea of the cakeshake!!

Alessandra said...

That must be a big glass if you couldn't fill it with two frozen bananas and all that stuff! :-)

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Alessandra
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Vegetarian Grub Girl said...

I have yet to add nut butters to my smoothies but I might have to!

Loving hut looks amazing! I love simple vegan dishes of tofu and vegetables!

The cake still looks delicious even if its not that moist

Rambling Vegans said...

I hope you convinced Mr. SV to go out for breakfast this morning!

Glad the smoothie turned out. I prefer mine creamy & thick, too. I'll take those summer rolls, as well.

Unknown said...

Congrats on the smoothie! I love to use a similar mix with the fruit/almond milk/nut butter/spinach. Did you use frozen banana chunks? Wish i liked them since i know it makes such a nice texture.
Those spring rolls look so good- for me its all about that peanutty soy dipping sauce though..... Nice veg to tofu ratio in the dinner-was there sauce on that too? I am always a bit dumbfounded by your aging desserts, but that may be a statement about my own self control......:)
My moscow mule(s) last night were made with some kind of fancy small bach blahblahblah vodka (tito's) and served in a copper mug! Entirely too easy to drink....
Ttrockwood

Ingrid said...

Smoothie! Loving Hut! Banana Bread! I have a lot of food envy.

Re: Parents are celebrating anniversary (it's been since 2008 that they actually did anything!)right now with a trip VT (it's something where they walk to a different b&b everyday passing through orchards and seeing the fall colors), ending with a four day trip to VA. They left this morning, and will be in your neighborhood by Thursday. ;) While I might envy your food, I'm straight up jealous of their trip! Ha!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Hannah, if I can finally master making Smoothies, maybe I will try adding Cake sometime. Can't risk it at this point.

Sarah, do you ever go to Loving Hut when not visiting your BFF? I don't recall seeing that.

Alessandra, it was a pretty big glass, but the pic would've looked so much better if it the glass was full.

VGG, I've added Tahini to a previous Smoothie. This was my first Nut Butter add-in. Maybe that was the key to success.

RVs, thick & creamy FTW. How did I do it?

Unknown, yep, Frozen Bananas in the Smoothie and it is definitely all about the Peanut Dipping Sauce for the Summer Rolls. The Sauce with the Tofu & Veggies was more like a broth. While researching the Moscow Mules, I saw that those copper mugs are frequently heisted from restaurants. Personally, I think they spoil the look of the drink, but I won't complain if that is how mine is served.

Ingrid, your parents sound really interesting. Wonder what they'll be doing in those B&Bs?