Monday, November 11, 2013

WTF Monday

TJ's Cream Cheese on a super stale Wegman's Pumpernickel Bagel for breakfast...
Salad carried out yesterday from The Common Market Salad Bar for lunch...
Mrs. May's Vacuum Fried Veggie Chips for an afternoon snack...
Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute with Imagine Mushroom Gravy and Roasted Cauliflower for dinner. 
No dessert tonight. Not the most exciting post, but it turned out to be a good food day. Stale Bagel and soggy Veggie Chips included.

9 comments:

foodfeud said...

Do you heat the bagels up? It looks good to me but stale bagels are pretty sad.
Weird angle on the salad but it still looks good. I like the clump of sprouts on the side there.

Sarah said...

Haha no such luck for me... Thanksgiving off but I have to work Friday and Saturday so it's not too much to look forward to in a vacation sense.

Was the bagel stale when you bought it or have you been holding onto it for a while? So annoying when bagels are stale when you buy them. The salad looks delicious and dinner looks festive for the season :) Annoying that the chips were soggy!

Ingrid said...

Yum, it does look like a good day. Did you toast the bagel? I find that they perk right up if toasted. However, I might it any form. Ha!

I just might splurge on the Roast this year, as it sounds pretty fantastic.

Unknown said...

I have to be in the right mood for mashed potatoes, but this time of year they sound good.

Stale bagels are just sad..... Your lunch salad looks great with all those colors and the sprouts/shoots on there. Weird that the veggie chips weren't up to par.
It looks like you have the cauli roasting perfected-i'm actually making this crazy whole roasted cauliflower for tofurkey day, going to do a test run of it this week.
Ttrockwood

Nikki said...

I love bagels so much, that even the stale ones were very much enjoyed. A good food day, indeed.

Hannah said...

Super stale bagels would be awesome in a bread 'n' (vegan) butter pudding.

Abby Bean said...

I agree with foodfeud; if you toasted the bagel it's all good.

Rambling Vegans said...

I'm definitely getting that roast when I see it. Probably not for a few weeks, unfortunately. I also want to get salad fixins because I've been craving them lately. Yours looks superb.

It has been a bit rough picking up what Mike can't do right now, but I've got a system down now. Makes me appreciate him that much more!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

FF, the good thing about the Bagel being a rock was that it took a long time to eat, which I do like. I'm having issues figuring out how to photograph my food lately. Spazzing.

Sarah, what photos could possibly need editing on the day after Thanksgiving? That is crazy!! I've had the Bagel sitting around in the fridge a few weeks. My fault...

Ingrid, you must splurge on the Roast. It's a decent value. Just keep it in the fridge and cut off a piece at night for dinner.

Unknown, a WHOLE Roasted Cauliflower? Do you mean you aren't cutting it up before Roasting? How will the innards get Roasted as well?

Nikki, I'm okay with buying 'day old' Bagels at the store, but I've had this Bagel around for weeks. It was beyond stale.

Hannah, Bread n Butter Pudding made with Bagels? Fortunately, there's just one of those Bagels left to eat.

Abby Bean, this Bagel was almost petrified. I couldn't cut it in half after toasting, that's why it broke. Still gonna eat the other one anyway.

RVs, please do get the Field Roast. You will love it. You have a great attitude about Mike being out of commission, aka, 'try to remember the good times'.