Post of the S – Spaghetti, Sandwich, and Soup

Okay, so I have a hard time coming up with cute titles for these posts. So there are others meals in here that don’t start with S, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t just as yummy as the food included in the titles. šŸ˜›

I amĀ way behind on posting regular food pictures, so don’t be too surprised when I mention Halloween in this post.

Tomato herb couscous (recipe coming soon!) andĀ barbecueĀ Ā Morningstar chick’n strips

Mushroom spaghetti and salad with balsamicĀ vinaigrette.

The glorious thing you are about to see below is an artichoke-bacon chicken salad sandwich. This is probably the best sandwich I’ve ever had. It’s not very healthy, so it will have to be only made on occasion, but anyone who likes chick’n salad should try this.

Peter’s family made a wonderful dinner the other day. I had a Boca burger patty with A1, roasted sweet potato, steamed broccoli, and fried green tomatoes.

The Family and Consumer Sciences Student Group at UM had a Halloween bake sale and so of course I had to make lots of vegan treats!

Carrot cake cupcakes with cheez cream frosting
Peanut butter cereal “bars”, which fell apart so I just mooshed them into balls

Cookie dough bites (from Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar) dipped in chocolate

Soy-Tan Dream Cutlets (which are amazing!) with buttery pasta
Potato soup with bacon bits

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Weekly Round-Up + Sewing that Speaks for Animals

This week hasn’t been all that creative, food-wise at least. Though I did eat a couple of yummy meals and took snapshots of the two most photogenic things to come out of my kitchen in the last few days.

Below is a Dominex eggplant burger topped with all the veggie burger fix’ns and served with a side of curly fries. Yum!

Also we have some cute little vanilla cupcakes for Sunday night Bible study. I used my usual go-to cupcake recipe of the all-purpose vanilla cake from Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan, and just put them into miniature cupcake form. A quick sprinkle of colored sugar really made the frosting swirls pop.

And here’s the thing that I think will really make this post interesting, my new pig bag. I made this in sewing class last Friday and it is now where I’m storing my knitting when I have to take it on the go. I found this lovely pig fabric on sale and couldn’t resist making something with it. As usual, I had to throw in a vegan jab so I added the phrase “Friends, not food.” on the bag with fabric painted.