Wednesday, July 9

An Oldie But A Goodie

Stuffed shells with sundried tomato and basil sauce. The shells are stuffed with garlic and herb cream cheese, spring onions, sundried tomatoes, and basil. Served with a mountain of kale because apparently I serve everything with a mountain of kale. Alas though, I think my love affair with kale may have to take a break. It's just too chewy on my full of fail jaw. *sigh*

Tuesday, July 8

Seitan, Kale and Tomatoes

Got home from work and wanted something quick. I had some seitan cutlets kicking about so I marinated it in garlic and baked it. Served atop some garlic sauteed kale with roast vine ripened tomatoes. Drizzled in balsamic glaze.

Monday, July 7

I survived!

For a while there I was pretty much entirely composed of bruises, but I survived. To mark my survival, I give to you (all five of you) some pretty pictures:
This was taken from somewhere up a hill. I fear I may have repressed most of my hillwalking memories so I can provide no further info.
I do remember why I took this picture. You see the white foggy looking thing over yonder? Yeah, that was rain on another mountain. I obviously thought this was cool enough to take a picture of it.

Anyhoo, enough with that boring outdoorsy stuff and onto the food!
Naan pizza... Naanza! Umm yeah. Anyhoo, there was a recipe similar to this in Bryanna Clark Grogans latest (and last *sob*) newsletter. As usual I didn't actually use the recipe, but I used the idea. I made a spicy tomato sauce and made the cheesy sauce from the new farm cookbook. It was grand.
Curry crusted tofu, vegetable fried rice, and vegetable curry. The tofu was coated with loads of spices and then baked and grilled. Look at those grill marks! Oooh yeah! *ahem* Tasty!