Food 52. I had fun breaking it apart and warmed them on stove top. YES...it takes very little to amuse me, apparently!
Steepster. So I spend some time with various teas and have been reviewing them as well. The weather has been a little messy this week and it looks like it will be more of the same this weekend, too. Hubby and I hope to attend a car show on Sunday - regardless of weather - but it will depend on the weather conditions - whether or not we will bring the Corvette.
Raw Wraps and Dipping Sauce that I made and I mentioned I would post what I did with the left overs. Here is what I did!
It's a Stir Fry of sorts and I used that dipping sauce within it, too!
Pretty much all of the same ingredients - just in a stir fry. I used the Collards in there too! I just cut them up and threw them in! This was yummy, this way, too! I would try both dishes again!
I have more sad news to report. This past week...2 more lives were taken by cancer in our small community. A woman who's husband works with my father lost her battle with Breast Cancer leaving behind a husband and 2 young children. Then, a girl I played Softball with a few years ago - and my sister played softball with her longer than I did - she lost her battle with Brain Cancer yesterday...leaving behind a husband and 2 sons. It's getting scarier and scarier. It seems everyone is being diagnosed these days or at the very least in our area it seems that way. I'm going to get in touch with our cancer center next week to see which charities I can cross promote at work for families - especially children - trying to deal with the loss of a parent. See what I can do to try and get the word out there - that there are organizations in our community that can assist children and families in their time of need.
Another place I have purchased things the last few months is Vitacost. You can find a clickable link on the right hand side of my site, here. Check them out! They have LOTS of awesome items at nice prices. These Bangkok Sweet Chili Baked Rice Crisps I bought a while back and I decided to crack them open this past weekend. They are VERY flavorful and I really like them. I've only had a few of them so far but I see some snacking in my near future.
I'm so excited it's the end of the week! But I can't believe the 4th of July is next week either. The summer is moving way too fast.
1/3 C Daiya Shreds
1 C Almond Milk
2 T Nutritional Yeast
Wildtree Spicy Chiptole Ranch to taste
Water to consistency - or more Almond Milk
This made quite a bit and I have added it to a few different things this week. One of them being Nachos!
How fun is that!? If I had more produce I would have piled it high! BUT...I ran low towards the end of the week! I hope to get to the Farmers Market EARLIER this weekend than I did last weekend!
This was one of the best textures of vegan cheese sauces I have had luck with yet. The liquid to 'cheese' ratio worked well!
Another thing I was pretty excited about this week is something I did last night. I made Zucchini Pasta with a Raw(ish) Vegan Vodka Sauce. I say Raw(ish) because I added some White Wine in there and really don't think that was raw?? But...here is what I did for this sauce - which in a way - reminded me of Vodka Sauce. I used 1 tomato, 1/4 C Sun Dried Tomatoes - soaked, 1 Clove Garlic, 1/4 C White Wine, 1 Date, and 1/4 C Hemp Hearts/Seeds. It was tangy and lovely! YUM! YUM! YUM! I hope you have a great weekend, everyone! Drop me a note if you can!