Books by the old Leather Chair

  • Snow In The Summer
  • My Bible
  • The Power of Silence
  • What Comes Next and to Like It
  • Encore Provence
  • A Year in Provence

Friday, November 28, 2008

Sarah's Vegan Menu

Sarah is my middle granddaughter. She is home from Northwestern in Illinois for Thanksgiving holiday. She ate some of grandma's vegetables
Since she is vegan - totally vegetarian in every way - she prepared a meal at her mom's
She brought me a plate a little while ago.
Oh my, it was good.
Her menu:
Tofu encrusted with pumpkin seeds and fresh oregano
Baked pumpkin and cranberry relish
Garlic roasted Brussels sprouts
Wild rice pilaf with shitake mushrooms
Field greens with maple - mustard dressing
Double corn cornbread with sauteed corn and Pumpkin pie

Sarah whenever you visit and cook, please bring grandma a plate.
You are Good.

Some sharing this evening from One Woman


Marcie said...

Ernestine, Her meal sounds delicious. My daughter is vegan and I am vegetarian (but practically vegan) so our meal was similar. We had a vegetable casserole, roasted veggies (brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, and green beans), garlic mashed potatoes, wild rice, dinner rolls, and cranberry relish. Both my pies (pumpkin and dutch apple) were vegan too, so we ate well!

Hope your holiday was wonderful. Your granddaughter is a beautiful girl!

Beverly said...

My son cooks Brussels sprouts so yummi-fied.....he parboils for a few minutes, then roasts them. To die for...

Liza on Maui said...

oh yes, that sounds really good. I like Tofu a lot!

kenju said...

My granddaughter's are barely old enough to cook. I can't wait!

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Aisling, Beverly, Liza and Kenju,
This was surely a treat. The first time for this grandmother having a granddaughter bring her something to enjoy. See what you have to look forward to.

Judy said...

My this does sound like a great meal. Makes my mouth water thinking about it. Sarah is so pretty, too, along with those two little dancers that entertained you.

kenju said...

I'm back to say thanks for "following!!"

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Judy thank you. Nice to have someone bring me a plate and never expected it to be one of my granddaughters.
Kenju - you are welcome - glad I found you - or you found me!!