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1  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Taco Salad-made from leftovers:) on: February 01, 2008 08:56:27 PM
Hey everyone, I know this isn't anything too exciting, but just wanted to share it because it was so darn tasty.  I made tacos for dinner a couple of weeks ago using the Morning Star Farms "beef crumbles".  I bought a taco dinner kit with the shells and seasoning and sauce to make it easy.  The next day, there was still plenty of filling left as well as fresh veggies and a couple of shells.  So I crushed up the shells, spread them out on a plate, topped with filling, organic cheese, veggies, a fresh avocado, black pepper, taco sauce and organic sour cream.  This is just kind of a fun way to use up taco leftovers.  It was very tasty!  Here's some pics of how it turned out.


2  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Having a holiday vegetarian meal for the family....just need some advice on: September 16, 2007 07:23:04 PM
Hey guys and gals,
  This may seem stupid or lame, but being that I've only been veggie for about a year, I'm not sure about this and thought maybe you guys would have some friendly advice for me.  My boyfriend and I just bought our first house and are super excited about it.  Now that we've got plenty of space for entertaining, we wanted to have our families over for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner or something like that.  I guess my only worry is that we are the only vegetarians and I'm not sure how everyone would react to eating a vegetarian dinner.  I think my parents and brother and his mom and brother would be cool with it, but I know his aunt is a real "meat and potatoes" kinda lady.  She raised her kids that way too, so I know his cousins love meat as well.  I guess I was just wondering if anyone else out there has been in this type of situation and what you did for dinner.  I really don't want to prepare any meat.  I was thinking I could do a nice veggie loaf with nut gravy or veggie lasagna and then some cool, creative side dishes.  Should I let them know they can bring a dish if they really want to eat meat?  Am I making way too big a deal of this?  I know every family is different but I was just hoping to get a little perspective on this.  Thanks!
3  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / These boots!!! on: December 27, 2006 08:19:46 PM
Okay, I understand this isn't really clothing.  I also understand that it's not something you can craft, but I figured the designer section was the best place to ask this question.  I know I should know this, but I don't.  I would greatly appreciate it if someone could please tell me who makes the boots Sienna is wearing.  Thanks:)

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