Saturday, May 17, 2014

Saturday, May 17th

Tofu Scramble $9.95 at LPQ for breakfast...
Half a cup of TJ's Raw Pecan Pieces for a mid-afternoon snack....
LPQ's Organic Lentil & Avocado Salad $13.95 for dinner. Arugula, Frisee, Raw Vegetables, Flax Seed, Chickpeas and Basil Vinaigrette....
Vegan Treat's Key Lime Cheesecake for dessert...
Bye for now.

6 comments:

Unknown said...

Looks like LPQ was skimpy on the avocado this morning! Or maybe it just looks like less since its not a pretty fan shape. I never think to snack on pecans but they're good.
Nice to see they gave you salad dressing today, i'm impressed the avo on the salad didn't brown. And your cheesecake is so pretty! Whipped cream swirls and everything....

I saw mason and he's doing great, back to his wiggly smiley self and done with the doggie drugs. ((Whew))
Ttrockwood

Ingrid said...

Delicious day all the way around. I am feeling very "blah" in terms of meal inspiration, thus eating LPQ for two main meals sounds pretty great. Basically, I want someone else to cook. Ha ha!

Hannah said...

You should eat key lime cheesecake for every meal. #whatmybraintellsmeeveryday

Sarah said...

LPQ definitely provided another great day of eats for you. The tofu scramble looks amazing as always (although maybe a little skimpy on the avocado) and the salad is gorgeous. And they remembered the dressing this time ;) I am a huge fan of key lime anything and that cheesecake looks phenomenal! Definitely jealous about that!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Unknown, yes, LPQ was very skimpy with the Avocado (but it's good they were, this Avocado was hard and I didn't eat it!) Fortunately, the Avocado on the Salad and the Salad itself was perfect six hours after purchasing. I loved the snack of Pecans as well. No doubt the adoration of his fan club helped speed Mason's recovery.

Ingrid, you may be on a teacher's budget, but, if I were you, I'd stock up on one of everything from Native Foods to get me through till summer break.

Hannah, I've got an Aussie meal lined up for lunch one day this week. It's not Vegemite and it's not Wattleberries. What is left?! Huzzah!

Sarah, it is strange to serve Salad at breakfast, and most customers seem to just leave it on their plates, but it's actually refreshing. Maybe one day it will be the norm to eat Salad for breakfast. You know I post all my meals just to make people jealous. Seriously.

Jenny said...

I agree.