• Gluten Free & Vegan (mostly) Feast

    by Ellen on October 5, 2010 · 4 comments

    Short post tonight. Just wanted to share last nights’ dinner with you.

    Salad: nothing fancy, but welcome the crunchy goodness
    Kale chips: on a kick with them, as you know from my last post.
    Spanish Lentils: recipe from this blog. Love them! Have been eating leftovers for the last few days.
    Homemade Sesame Salad Dressing: anyone interested in the recipe? say the word!
    Quinoa Tabouli: one of my fave redux recipes, so easy to make gluten free by simply substituting quinoa for the bulghur.
    Kalamata Olives: addicted to them.
    Goat Cheese: I don’t eat it but served it to hubbie and dinner guests.
    Vegan & Gluten Free Dinner Rolls: Silly me, forgot to add gluten free to the label. It’s such a given in my life that sometimes I forget to mention it:). based on this recipe with lots of my own substitutions.
    Roasted Sweet Potato Fries: roasted with agave and vegan worcestershire and Frank’s Red Hot Sauce.
    Tofu Bacon: from this recipe at Notes from the Vegan Kitchen blog. first time making them. Delish though a bit temperamental.

    I’m going to the blogher conference in San Francisco and am beyond excited!!!! I’m sure I’ll have lots to share upon my return. Thanks for visiting!!!

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    ellie rose October 5, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    That quinoa tabouli looks so good, yum!

    I know what you mean able gluten free being such a given in your life you forget, the other day at the dentist I ticked the 'no' box for allergies/intolerances! I don't know what the receptionist thought when I had to go back and change it!


    Tasty Eats At Home October 6, 2010 at 3:27 pm

    What a feast! Looks great.


    Sophie October 10, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    MMMMMMM,;..what a feast for the eyes & senses!!

    Everything looks so tasty!

    Kisses from Brussels to you!


    Kim-Cook it Allergy Free October 12, 2010 at 12:11 am

    Ellen, it looks like you were eating well before you headed out to BlogHerFood!! What a feast!
    It was an absolute joy to spend time with you this last weekend. You are truly an amazing spirit and I really look forward to getting to know more and more of you!! I hope you had a wonderful time in SF and that your performance went well!
    It really was such a perfect weekend to gather our little community!!


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