Tuesday, December 24, 2013

WTF Tuesday

Daiya Cream Cheese on a Wegman's Pumpernickel Bagel for breakfast...
Boca Burgers with TJ's Vegetarian Chili and Oven Fries for lunch...
Macaroni & Cheese from Roots Market, Mushrooms from Wegmans' hot bar and Roasted Carrots for dinner...
Glogg and Randy Radish Pumpkin Coffee Cake for dessert. Great sh*t. Both the Glogg and the Cake.
Merry Glogg!

6 comments:

foodfeud said...

Port, I think, is fortified wine...any liquor store oughta have it but it sounds like the vodka sub is doing juuuust fine making you merry.
Today at work was our annual "christmas eve bagel brunch" which just means we have to get to work half an hour early to eat some dumb bagels. I came in at regular time and still swiped one, though all the lox were gone by that time (not sad about that at all...) but they don't even provide tofu cc so I brought it home with me to freeze til I can get some cc.
merry merry to you!

Ingrid said...

I should try Glogg, if only in respect to my heritage. It sounds good.

Oooh, I like the corkscrew mac!

I hope your holiday is wonderful!

Sarah said...

Ok... pumpkin coffee cake, mac n cheese, oven fries and pumpernickel bagels with cream cheese!? Awesome food day, I want it all! I hope that you have a very happy holiday with your family!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

FF, thanks for the info on the Port. I will stick with Vodka, though. Worked beautifully. While the Bagels down here aren't as good as the real NYC kind, at least when management brings them in for everyone at my job, they always have a lone tub of Hummus. Merry Christmas!

Ingrid, you could make a big hot batch of Glogg to impress your family on New Years Eve. You Swedes have much to be proud of with this concoction. God Jul!

Sarah, I did go a little food crazy yesterday. Felt like, 'What the h*ll?' Don't know why. Hope you at least got today off and saw little Delilah. Best wishes for the new year!

Hannah said...

I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE

Merry Christmas, dear Shen!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Merry Christmas, dear Hannah!