I love your book! It has a nice rugged look to it.
I've been a vegetarian for 2 and a half years now, it was pretty hard in the beginning since I didn't eat a wide variety of vegetables! xD I don't usually write down many recipes, but I'll give you what I can think of off the top of my head.
Stir fry vegetables (mushrooms, water chestnuts, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, bamboo shoots, snow peas, etc...) and tofu with sesame or peanut sauce.
Fried cabbage. =9
Pan fried tofu in olive oil with chipotle pepper, garlic and ground ginger.
Grilled tofu with barbeque sauce.
Taco salad made with Boca meatless crumbles.
Dress up Ramen noodles by replacing the seasoning packet with vegetable broth (or bouillon cube) add vegetables and tofu, or Quorn meatless "chicken"
A great way to use up leftover pasta is: Brown butter in a pan with minced garlic and dried rosemary. Pan fry noodles in sauce (I like using tortellini for this). Top with shaved parmesan and toasted walnuts, season with salt to taste.
Ants on a log using dried cranberries, almonds, walnuts, pecans, etc.....
Sew yo-yos! They are quick, easy, and satisfying, and you can use them to make jewelry or embellish clothing. You amass quite a stash of them after a while, so why not sew them all together and make a bag?
This sounds like such a great idea! I have no qualms with my little red bike, but I am all for customization! We have more than a few unused bikes in the backyard so I might experiment on them before I mess with my dear friend. =3