This is a fried sandwich from vegan Comfort food. It’s trying to be a bit of an American staple, tuna melt sandwich. The ‘tuna’ is made from tempeh, veganaise, fried onion, mustard etc. Then there’s a generous pile of the amazing Daiya cheese before it is fried in butter.
These are cherry and almond cookies from Vegan Cookies Invade your Cookie Jar. I made them for colleagues. I am trying to plough through the last pantry ingredients, so the dried cherries are now all gone!
These cookies are ‘da bomb! Everyone raved about them. From Isa’s Vegan with a Vengence.
First up we have Pasta Los Angeles
Then we have Lemon Poppyseed muffins.
Following that we have Mexican Snickerdoodles.
Banana and Pecan pancakes.
Cleaning out the fridge time… Steamed carrots and zucchini and walnut fritters with cheesy sauce.
I made these cookies which were from Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar. I made them as a gift for the people who work in our local park. One of the staff told me the other day, that the cat that I have been feeding in the park has been run over. I wanted to thank them for looking after her. I feel so sad about her death. She was such a young cat and it breaks my heart to think she suffered and that she was alone. I also feel an element of guilt. I feel I should have taken Hatchback in, or found her a home, some place that is safe.
So that was the sad cat news. The good cat news is that I found a home for this little cat. She has been hanging out in our school playground early in the morning and I have been feeding her. I thought for a while that she must be a lost pet, but I found out that she had been hanging around the area for a while. Anyway, one of my colleagues has adopted her. I hope the new home works out for this little cat.
Here are some delicious cookies that I baked today. I am going on a residential trip to Khao Yai, and some cookies have been requested, so I have started baking up batches of bits and bobs today. I went on the same residential field trip last year, and found the food provided to be a little bit appalling, so I am making sure that I don’t starve by preparing food that I will not only eat, but also enjoy. It is also a good opportunity to show my colleagues how tasty plant foods can be.
These were so easy to make and are the perfect cookies to have with some non-dairy milk. I substituted half of the all purpose flour with Arrowhead Mills Wholewheat Pastry Flour as I am experimenting with adding more fibre into baked goods. In truth, there was a bit of a chewy graininess at the end, but they were still pretty good.
The recipe is from Veganomicon.