Saturday, April 4, 2015

Saturday, April 4th

My Common Market Tofurky Reuben. Greatness achieved yet again. Yes, there is Tofurky in there...
Cashew Tofu from Sortrel Thai for dinner...
Cocomels for dessert...
Bye for now.

5 comments:

Ingrid said...

Oooh, all of it looks great! Cocomels are definitely superior to any Easter candy.

Unknown said...

What a sandwich! I imagine its one of those you have to lean over the plate to bite... Nice to know they are a dependable source of good rubens.
New thai place? Sounds like a great meal and some good sized tofu chunks there.

It was super windy but i went on a nice long citibike ride today! :)) stopped off at the one lucky duck takeaway in chelsea market for their amazing vegan ceasar salad. Negative on brunching tomorrow- everyone else seems to have left town or has family obligations.
And a good pumpernickle is hard to find!
Ttrockwood

vegan power said...

Wow, that tofu looks drool-worthy! Looks like another amazing food day!

Sarah said...

Yuuuuuuuuuuuum!!! I want all of this in my face! The tofu and cocomels are my frontrunners for sure but everything looks so amazing. I would definitely take cocomels over any easter candy any day. And certainly any Passover candy ;) hope you had a nice Easter!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!!

Ingrid, wondr if Cocomels gives factory tours? that would be a cool blog post.

Unknown, the Reuben definitely must be eaten facing away from others;-) Fortunately, the Common Market dining area is conducive to that. Indeed another Loudoun County Thai restaurant to patronize. Cant complain. A Vegan Caesar Salad sounds excellent. Do they include Croutons? I am sure you were Citibiking today as well, what did you pick up?

VP, you strike me as craving some spicy well-prepared Tofu. I agree, it cant be done at home and Wegmans doesnt know how to work with Tofu. No Thai places near you?

Sarah, pity about the Passover Candy situation. Seems like a market ripe for someone talentd to jump into. Speaking if which, whatever happened to your jewelry making business?