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Saturday - Halloween - What's for dinner?


Me: Pasta with tomatoes and red peppers, salad with olive oil and balsamic vinegar with a glass of red wine ( got to love Saturdays!)


You???

 

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post #2 of 5052
Spinach & Corn Tamales (vegan)

Pinto Beans

Brown Rice

Glass of merlot
post #3 of 5052
Quick Veggie Stir Fry....with broccoli and carrots from my garden....yummm
post #4 of 5052
Pizza, not so healthy, but we've been doing things around the house, and are too pooped to cook.
Who needs sleep when we've got love?
Who needs keys when we've got clubs?
Who needs please when we've got guns?
Who needs peace when we've gone above?
Who needs sleep when we've got love?
Who needs keys when we've got clubs?
Who needs please when we've got guns?
Who needs peace when we've gone above?
post #5 of 5052
Yesterday was veggie casserole with spinach and a satsuma (or two, I can't remember).

No idea about tonight yet but thinknig about trying a mung bean curry (been craving mung beans for ages for some reason!)
post #6 of 5052
Every Sunday I make myself a lil cheese pizza with cherry tomatoes on top So I had that, a salad and a peach.
post #7 of 5052
Tonight was 'fend for yourself' night in mi casa. I made a tasty tostada bowl using refried beans, taco mock meat, mushrooms, onions, cheese, tomatoes, corn, salsa & sour cream.



Buon apetit! Or however it is in spanish...
post #8 of 5052
Had myself some raw avocado/carrot/kale soup and a parsley hummus sandwich, everything homemade including the bread.

"I'm not in this world to live up to your expectations and you're not in this world to live up to mine." Bruce Lee.

"On a large enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero." Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club)

"I'm not in this world to live up to your expectations and you're not in this world to live up to mine." Bruce Lee.

"On a large enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero." Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club)

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Originally Posted by nomad888 View Post

Had myself some raw avocado/carrot/kale soup and a parsley hummus sandwich, everything homemade including the bread.



mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!! Fresh bread!
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I couldn't resist
"Hell exists not to punish sinners, but to ensure that nobody sins in the first place."
"Hell exists not to punish sinners, but to ensure that nobody sins in the first place."
post #11 of 5052
Mung bean curry with rice and/or quinoa, and an apple.
post #12 of 5052
Vegan Pot Roast from V.V. (Vegan Vittles) and oven roasted rosemary potatoes
post #13 of 5052
going to bake some turnips, carrots, potatoes and quinoa or lentils together in the oven with some herbs and see how it comes out. Trying to use up some of our root veggies.
As long as there are slaughterhouses there will be battlefields. - Leo Tolstoy
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As long as there are slaughterhouses there will be battlefields. - Leo Tolstoy
My blog - http://myso-calledveganlife.blogspot.com/
post #14 of 5052
I had a tofu meatloaf....note to readers, only the most adventurous should try this!!
post #15 of 5052
Chil-eh! (yes, with "meat" crumbles...geez)
post #16 of 5052
Yet more mung bean curry (recipe was for 4 and there's only me eating it, oh dear), probably with pitta bread today and some sort of fruit after.



Either that or I might eat the curry tomorrow and make something else today as curry is getting a bit repetitive- I might try Almeria's idea and just bake some veggies and quinoa together!
post #17 of 5052
I had bread and curd fruit salad for the lunch.
post #18 of 5052
pineapple fried rice with sliced ****ake thrown in. the rice was yellow (or as yellow as brown rice can get)! Success!
post #19 of 5052
why did they blank out ****ake?

oh wait, it's spelt shiitake (googled).
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oh wait, it's spelt shiitake (googled).



It's a major pet hate of mine when people spell it with 1 'i' =P

The rice dish sounds very good though, yum.
post #21 of 5052
Field Roast apple sage sausages With broccoli and sweet potato and carrot mash. =D
post #22 of 5052
rice makes me sleepy so i avoid it for dinner.
post #23 of 5052
I had Tofu-Loaf (see my recipe), grilled cheese, and brown rice. Dried blueberries now, for dessert.
post #24 of 5052
I never had my root veggie bake yesterday cause i wound up at the ER needing stitches. So i had a crappy taco time burrito without sour cream or cheese, but it was nasty. making the root veggie bake tonight but with trader joes harvest grain blend instead of quinoa cause i can't find the box in the pantry and don't feel like digging around with my messed up pinky.
As long as there are slaughterhouses there will be battlefields. - Leo Tolstoy
My blog - http://myso-calledveganlife.blogspot.com/
As long as there are slaughterhouses there will be battlefields. - Leo Tolstoy
My blog - http://myso-calledveganlife.blogspot.com/
post #25 of 5052
Dumb question....what's a root veggie bake?
post #26 of 5052
Green beans with mushrooms! Can't get enough green beans lately. Weird? I think they might just be the conduit for olive oil and salt.
post #27 of 5052
A pineapple and a bottle of spanish red.

Frame.
post #28 of 5052
Tofu and veg stir fry, doused in a soy, ginger and sauce served with wild mushroom rice.
post #29 of 5052
Probably some left over spaghetti squash with my homemade marinara.
The opposite of war isn't peace. It's creation!
The opposite of war isn't peace. It's creation!
post #30 of 5052
I had a chickpea, spinach, tomato and onion spicy curry with brown rice
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