Thursday, October 24, 2013

WTF Thursday

Nature's Path Corn Flakes with Hemp Milk for breakfast...
'Mixed Vegetables and Tofu' $8.95 from Loving Hut for lunch...
A 'Muffaletta Sandwich ' $7 from The Randy Radish for dinner.  New Orleans style sandwich piled high with house-made organic Olive Salad, Field Roast Wild Mushroom Slices and Smoked Tomato Cold Cuts on a Fresh-Baked Whole Wheat Boule. Oven Fries on the side.
A couple Uncle Eddies PB Chocolate Chip Cookies from the bottom of the bag for dessert. We would eat these more frequently, but they aren't so easy to find in these parts.
Italian lunch out with Mom tomorrow.

8 comments:

Vegetarian Grub Girl said...

You should give mixing cereals a try! Especially with a cereal your not too fond of. I usually mix a sweet cereal with some of my plain cereals.

Your lunch looks really refreshing! And that sandwich, WOW! Such a thick sandwich, i don't know how you bite it. But It looks amazing!

Hannah said...

I would eat many things more frequently if they were available in my area.

Ingrid said...

Loving Hut and Randy Radish?! Sign me up! Excellent choices. I have yet to hunt for the alleged pre-made Vegan Van items said to be available at a local store.

Tell the kitties that they have to be willing to model, because Mom's blogger friends want a picture. ;)

Sarah said...

I want to shove all of your meals in my face immediately. The tofu and veggies looks so delicious I am so jealous! The sandwich and oven fries is a perfect dinner too. Super jealous of these meals. You've been eating such yummy meals lately, definitely jealous. Thanksgiving is creeping up on us, can we expect the roasts to be making an appearance soon?

Unknown said...

Gorgeous pile of veg and fu for lunch! Crinkle cut carrots are somehow just....better. The wilted greens look good to me too. Randy Radish the Rockstar! Holy bageezus that is one mother of a sandwich-it sounds rediculous and perfect in every way. With more professional potatoes! I'm hoping for you they truck on through the winter and/or open a brick and mortar shop sometime- they could totally give the cinnamon snail a run for its money in nyc. And cookie crumblies are the best kind.
Ttrockwood

foodfeud said...

The muffaletta looks incredible!! Was it messy??
Either you have a great camera or that's some intense texture on those corn flakes.

blessedmama said...

I like how that one flake is like a milk pond. Very photographic!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VGG, I can't describe how I bite the sandwich, but it totally stays in one piece the whole time I'm eating it. Either I'm very talented or the sandwich is really firm, one or the other.

Hannah, you have a good point there. It must be true of everyone world-wide come to think of it.

Ingrid, that is a brilliant idea of the Vegan Van's to offer their products at a local store. I'll bet the Randy Radish is planning to do the same. I certainly hope so. I'll try to get some in-focus pics of the kitties this weekend.

Sarah, I'm searching high and low (local freezer sections) for the Field Roasts En Croute. When they appear, you can rest assured, it will become a nightly occurrence again.

Unknown, it should be interesting to see how the Randy Radish operates through the winter. If it were my truck, I'd rather operate in winter than summer, but they didn't seem to mind the heat like I would.

FF, the Corn Flakes were very 'pebbly' looking in the photos, but not in reality. Again, who knows why? The Muffaletta was nice and neat. I presume they press a huge Muffaletta together a while before slicing it into individual Muffaletta sandwiches.

Blessed Mama, I only wish I had some microscopic ducks to swim in my tiny milk pond.