You are currently browsing the category archive for the ‘Other People’s Veggies’ category.

My sister finally sent me a pic of what she has been eating. But its not veggies, its fair food.

So. Jealous.

This is to document the long line at the krispy creme burger stand.

And here it is…

Technically, there are veggies on this donut-bunned burger.

Oh, NC State Fair. You never disappoint.

Advertisements

Being a veggie novice in a lot of ways, sometimes its hard to get creative, but my skills have grown. Mostly through conversations and tips from friends, which has been great!

And my friends know how to get creative…Ashley sent this over:

I planned to spend some time making some good fall veggies, like the two squash and half dozen mini sweet potatoes that are around here. But no, I was too full and lazy, so I quickly sauteed the ends of some random vegetables. See:

But the real reason, I was full is because I snacked on more than a few of these when I got home from work:

The best vegetable of all: pumpkin cookies.
YumYumYum! She is so smart, when  I get full and lazy, I eat goldfish crackers. And I LOVE the idea of putting veggies in cookies. Thanks for the tip Ashley!

I may just start a new series…people, send me your veggie dinner pics and I will post them!

My father in law sent me a pic of his lovely veggie dinner–

He says:

“Baby bok choy with spicy brown bean sauce (Tsang) and a dash of Tamari. Egg salad with roma tomatoes and baby green salad mix, fresh ground salt and pepper.  All made myself here. Chardonnay. It was excellent.”

I think the chardonnay is an excellent addition to any veggie meal. Maybe I just need to drink a little before tackling the bok choy? Desensitize those extra taste buds…

Send away–especially you, little sister, I wanna see what veggies are in your dorm meals!

The Story

I'm skeptical of vegetables and joined a CSA to see if I can make friends with them. This blog exists so that I can hold myself accountable to eating what I paid for and document what I can do with lots of local produce!

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 4 other followers

Past Posts