Tuesday, November 30, 2010

day 2

it is clearly the second day of school. i am caught up with studying, and by 7:30am i had made dinner. trust me, this won't last long.

Friday, November 26, 2010

sleepless in phoenix

i made the mistake of having my first cup of coffee in nearly 2 weeks, so here are some pictures of food.

tacos on the porch in may

sushi in the living room, probably also from may

high fire danger in the prescott national forest means dinner is cooked over our camping "stove" (july, i think)

soy dogs in the blanket at the ten-x campground, near the grand canyon (june)

cabbage, tofu, walnuts, and other stuff (july)

that's about all the pictures i can find, food-wise. the rest of the collection mostly involves pictures of me doing silly things. joe loves to pull out the camera at opportune times...such as when i'm sleeping with a giant orange helmet on, wearing a Trader Joe's bag over my head, or studying with my hood tied so tightly only my eyes are showing. you know, the kind of pictures no one is interested in seeing.

Monday, March 29, 2010

tempeh scramble

tempeh, kale, onions, peppers!

Saturday, March 20, 2010

pizza (for breakfast)

in a break from our usual saturday morning fare of scrambles and pancakes, we made a pizza for breakfast a few weeks ago. we started by oiling a crust and sprinkling garlic power around the edge. then we loaded it up with marinara, onions, mushrooms, olives, yellow and red roasted peppers, and crumbled seasoned tempeh. before eating it, we drizzled a bit of vegan ranch on top. dig in, fork required.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

seitan portobello stroganoff

this dish is fairly time consuming, so we made it on a saturday evening. it was well worth the time spent, and the leftovers for our lunches were incredible. the recipe comes from vegan with a vengeance.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

chili lime tofu

we've made this before, and i thought i had posted it. apparently not. this chili lime tofu is from vegan yum yum. dry-fried tofu with a spicy sweet glaze. here we served it on millet. the dry-frying changes the texture of the tofu into a firmer, chewier taste. then the glaze flavors it perfectly on its crispier outside. this recipe is really fast and easy once you have your tofu dry-fried, which is joe's job, anyway.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

afternoon baking

these babies are fresh out of the oven. mexican chocolate snicker doodles from the new-ish cookie book by isa.

chocolatey. chewy. spicy. sugary. yummy.