Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Time To Get Hungry

Okay blogging peeps, it's time to make you hungry, ha ha.
And to show you more of the scrumptious meals we veg-heads make in our little abode...
 
Such as...
 
Avocado smooshed on toast with lentil soup on the side.
 

A green salad with kalamata olives and homemade pasta sauce with tons of mushrooms & carrots.

 
Spaghetti with a fresh tomato onion sauce with a side of asparagus.
 
 
Tomato, avocado & sunflower sesame balsamic salad with some side noodles in a 'beef' broth.
 
 
Tofu fried with fresh tomatoes and carrots and loads and loads of garlic.
 

 
A healthy high protein high fiber cereal with a side of banana and a couple of fresh peaches.
 
 
Noodles with shredded carrot and cabbage and mushrooms and garlic.

 
B-b-cued 'chicken' with grilled naan & a veggie blend cooked in tinfoil with olive oil & seasoning.
 
 
One of our comfort splurges, homemade Mac 'n Cheese with a big bowl of sautéed mushrooms.
 
 
Salad drowning in cashews, sunflower seeds, kidney beans & chickpeas with an olive oil dressing.
 
 
Grilled 'riblets' with sides of asparagus, brown rice & onion and oyster mushrooms.
 
 
A favorite, zucchini with salsa, tomatoes, mushrooms, onion & garlic over pasta covered in cheese.
 
 
Made by my mom. Leek soup with potato dumplings & homemade poppy seed/cheese bread.
 
 
One of my specialties, homemade 'Meat-Pie'....made with soy burger, carrots, corn, potatoes.
 
 
Asian noodles with cabbage and a side of tofu with sunflowers seeds in a sweet & sour sauce.
 
 
Grocery shopping is always a pleasure for us.
Firstly because we can afford good food, we're always grateful for that.
2nd because well healthy food is just a really beautiful thing.
 
 
So tell me.
Did I make you hungry???
 
If your a meat-eater, try going completely veg just 1 or 2 nights a week...
as you can see it's SO easy and also SO very satisfying & YUMMY.


2 comments:

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

Hungry indeed! I'll be right up to join you for dinner! :)

Deyfenn Slayd said...

Do you need meat to eat well? Hell no, not even remotely.

I always roll my eyes when people say "I could never give up x". So lazy.

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