Saturday, December 28, 2013

Saturday, December 28th

Bob's Red Mill Quick Cooking Oats with Raisins for breakfast....
Lunch was at Taste of Burma. Mr. SVegetarian and I started by splitting an order of 'Rice Paper Summer Rolls' $6 Fresh Vegetables wrapped in Rice Paper served with Peanut Sauce and 'Samosas' $6 Golden Samosas filled with Potatoes, Onions, Peas & Carrots served with Mint Sauce...
My mouth was on fiyah! from the Mint Sauce while I ate my 'Green Curry Vegetables' $15 Green Curry is cooked with Coconut Cream, Bamboo Shoots, Zucchini, Mushrooms, Tofu, Carrots, Eggplant, and Green Beans...

All washed down with two iced cold Singhas $5/each...
Japanese Golden Chop with Macaroni & Cheese from Roots Market for dinner...
Cranberry Orange Cake from Great Sage for dessert...
Things worked out really well food-wise today.

6 comments:

Sarah said...

I agree, definitely another great food day for you! Love the oats as always but lunch is definitely a star meal if I've ever seen one! The appetizers look really delicious, those summer rolls look really fresh! The curry looks great too, gotta love the spicy food. Rounding out the day with mac and cheese and cake and you definitely can't go wrong.

Oh cool, you went to Nassau Coliseum!! I live about 10-15 minutes from there :) I know the area very well and there are definitely lots of great diners around.

Hannah said...

What would happen if you ate the rice paper rolls with the mint sauce and the samosas with the peanut sauce?

GlutenFreeHappyTummy said...

i'd definitely agree that it was a good food day!! that orange cake was the perfect ending to a delicious day! hope you and a great holiday!

Ingrid said...

A spicy mint sauce? I can't even imagine the creativity and ingredient list required to make that happen! Both apps looks divine!

Cranberry orange is definitely a holiday cake, excellent choice.

foodfeud said...

Lunch sounds fantastic. Nice appetizer selection and the curry looks super good.
Thank goodness for Singhas. Ya done good.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!

Sarah, I'm keeping that good food roll going. Not easy to do.

Hannah, thanks for another excellent idea that it's too late to do anything about.

GFHTummy, thanks! Hope you had a great holiday and have a happy new year!

Ingrid, it is some super spicy mint sauce. I should try to find out how they do it, but there is definitely a language barrier involved when going there.

FF, thank Goddess for Singhas.