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The Lazy Vegetarian

Thursday

What We Ate Last Week #20

Life has been busy with our son graduating from college, moving all of his stuff back into our house, and then heading off for the summer for the jungles of Central America (Mayan archaeology project).  I should now be back posting regularly again.

Monday: *New Recipe* Mediterranean Roasted Eggplant Stew

      This was a meal I created using Stonehouse27 tomato & chilies sauce.  It was amazingly delicious!  Recipe coming with review of this brand soon.

Tuesday: *New recipe*  Quiche with spinach and tomato

      I used a healthy crustless quiche recipe, but with a prepared frozen crust (since my husband didn't feel that a quiche could be "crustless").  It was mostly a disaster, although the flavor wasn't bad.  We certainly won't repeat this one.

Wednesday:  *Pescatarian meal*  Mango, papaya, & avocado salad served on mixed greens.  I used salad shrimp in this, although I have made it in the past with baked tofu.  It's a delicious recipe that I will likely share in the future (the tofu version of course).

Thursday:  Bread, fruit, and cheese.  This is a favorite celebration dinner at our house - based on a meal that my husband and I used to get at a college pub back many, many years ago when we were dating. 


Friday:  Spaghetti and meatless meatballs (Veggie Patch brand).

Saturday:  Enchiladas - our son wanted to try these after seeing the recipe on my blog!

Sunday:  *New Recipe*  Vindaloo


      Another recipe I created using a Stonehouse 27 sauce.  Not quite the success of the others.

See Previous Week Menu 

23 comment(s):

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By Blogger SusieQTpies, at 3:16 PM  

Congrats to your son! I'd like to try your eggplant stew recipe. Eggplant grows really well in my garden for some reason and we always have a ton.

By Anonymous Steph, at 6:05 AM  

You must be proud of your son.

As a veggie I am pleased to have found your blog. I look forward to seeing more.

By Blogger Shaheen, at 5:22 AM  

Love eggplant. Nice vegan dishes!

By Anonymous Pete, at 1:14 PM  

YUMMY vegan dishes! It made me want to try them now... Thanks for sharing them here. :)

By Anonymous Sam At H.E.S.H., at 4:03 PM  

It really make my mouth watery! It looks very yummy and delicious. I have to taste it someday!!:)

By Anonymous Kaye Anne, at 8:25 PM  

I am so glad to have found you blog. The recipes look amazing and I look forward to more!

By OpenID nobacon, at 3:57 AM  

I have tried various recipes of Roasted Eggplant dishes. Your recipe seems to be better. Want to try this soon.

By Anonymous Natalie, at 7:07 AM  

The photos made me want to try it now! :) Thanks for sharing this delicious and healthy eggplant recipe!

By Anonymous Sam At H.E.S.H., at 2:58 AM  

So glad to have found your blog. Thanks for all your hard work...

By Blogger April May, at 11:45 AM  

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so nice recipes

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if can visit me back too :D

By Anonymous How To Be Vegetarian, at 8:55 PM  

Just wanted to say I'm subscribed to your blog and I really enjoy your "what we ate last week" series.great idea! Great blog - thanks!

By Anonymous jacqui, at 2:11 PM  

Looks awesome! Great
food sensory!

By Anonymous Rob Johnson, at 9:46 AM  

Thank you very much for posting your most recent recipes and blogging about your experiences. I just recently started eating vegetarian and already feel better. I believe it's a movement that is really growing and the online support and involvement is massive. The recipes are endless and it makes for an exciting activity every night in the kitchen. I'll make sure to continue checking in on recent posts and blogging about my experiences as well.

By Anonymous jessica, at 12:29 PM  

The food looks delicous...

By Anonymous John Green, at 5:06 PM  

looks delicious....

By Anonymous vegetarian, at 2:59 AM  

looks delicious! my mouth is watering!

By Anonymous vegetarian, at 8:33 AM  

Yummy! I envy your blog. I'm new to vegetarian blogging and you seem to be the most search blog. I wish I knew how to do layouts like yours!

By Blogger shutupandeat, at 11:22 PM  

mmm looks delicious!! =D

By Blogger Elle R., at 2:12 PM  

It's easy to be a vegan in united states...

Thanks for so many vegetarian and vegan recipes...

By Blogger Kumudha, at 10:23 PM  

Annie, I'm not sure why people are fond of eggplant. I love almost ANY vegetable--my husband gardens like crazy and I freeze and can. I devour even the grassy-tasting cooked greens--I'm no pick! But eggplant? Ages ago, given one by a friend, I courageously fixed it, but during the meal out in the backyard I had to furtively pitch my sample under the picnic table. Awful behavior for a mom! I don't want to sound gauche here, tell what the gray insides reminded me of. Just, why is this vegetable so popular? Please--what am I missing?

By Blogger Shirley, at 12:22 PM  

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