Food for Thought V

Some new ones and some old favorites!

Hippie Loaf from (full recipe in link, also found in Happy Herbivore Cookbook) with mashed taters and Lick the Spoon Golden Gravy from Plant Hungry (full recipe in link) – Southern comfort food at its finest.  I’ve used both of these recipes several times but the good ones are worth coming back to over and over.

Cauliflower Manchurian from Everyday Happy Herbivore – This really wasn’t anything that ever jumped off the page at me and said “MAKE ME!” but I accidentally bought two heads of cauliflower at the grocery (#herbieproblems) so I had some to play with.  It was pretty damn good!  Excuse the shitty presentation.

Supreme Nachos using the Quick Nacho Cheese from Happy Herbivore Light & Lean –  I threw this together one night when I was just craving junk food, and I swear it’s the most satisfying meal I’ve had in a long while!  Tortilla chips, cheese, pinto beans, fresh guacamole, salsa, Tofutti, black olives, green onions, jalapenos.  And beer.  WIN.

Caribbean Chili from Happy Herbivore Light & Lean – I’m usually not a soup or chili in the summer kind of person, but I saw that this one had pineapple in it, and I just happened to have pineapple as well as everything else I needed, so I couldn’t NOT make it.  It was REALLY good!  I loved the sweetness of the pineapple and brown sugar combined with the heat.

And then there was the Tempeh Shepherdess Pie from Veganomican (full recipe in link).  Y’all, it tasted amazing, but it was NOT a pretty dish.  LOL  I took a picture, but now I’m all, “Dude, I can’t post that.”  haha  Just check out the link from another blogger.  She made it and hers was way prettier than mine.

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