Wednesday, November 27, 2013

WTF Wednesday

TJ's Cream Cheese on the last TJ's Pumpkin Bagel. Not sad to see these go...
Mixed Vegetables and Tofu' (aka #22) $8.95 from Loving Hut for lunch...
Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute, Imagine Mushroom Gravy and Baked Sweet Potatoes for dinner...
Half of a Chocolate Glazed Donut from The Randy Radish for dessert. Mr. SVegetarian ate the first half, but decided to graciously share...
Good luck tomorrow, Everyone!

7 comments:

Rambling Vegans said...

Very nice of Mr. SV to share the donut with you. I'm always happy when something I don't care for that much is finally eaten up.

Hannah said...

How on earth did the cream cheese get on top of the bagel?

Sarah said...

Your lack of enthusiasm about those pumpkin bagels makes mine sit in my freezer that much longer, ha! At least yours are done now! Lunch certainly looks like it made up for it and dinner looks great too. How nice of Mr. SV to share the donut with you ;) Looks so good!

Good luck tomorrow! I'd say Happy Thanksgiving but I know how you feel about it. So enjoy your day off!

Unknown said...

I'm sure TJ's will have another holiday flavor bagel any minute..... Glad you had a #22 kind of day. Nice veg assortment in there.
The donut looks yummy! Somehow the bite marks make it more appealing.....
I hope your turkeyless meal is delightful and your wine glass kept full :))
Ttrockwood

foodfeud said...

Good luck is a funny thing to wish on a holiday, but it makes sense. Thank you. You too.
Nice looking donut; it's appropriate for Hannukah too.

Ingrid said...

At least you had a stress-free Thanksgiving type dinner the day before! I hope today is as painless as possible - I know I dodged the bullet by not having to go to my aunt and uncle's house in Kansas. All vegetables are creamed, and salads have bacon in them. I've never been so happy to just have the holiday with my parents and brother! Whew!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

RVs, can't wait to hear how you liked the Hazelnut Cranberry Field Roast En Croute.

Hannah, there was a lot of rushing to get the Bagel schmeared and photographed. I was working from home yesterday and didn't have time to dilly dally. Haste makes waste is what we say down here.

Sarah, don't think of the Pumpkin Bagels as Bagels. They're more like sweet rolls. Hope you blog about your holiday.

Unknown, I'm through with TJ's "Bagels". Life is too short. #22 on the other hand, I could eat that 24/7. Hope you enjoy your gathering as well.

FF, I was more wishing myself good luck than my readers. It's always an unpleasant day for me.

Ingrid, did you help prepare Thanksgiving with your Mother?