These are mini tofu puffs I found at the asian market. They come in a big bag and are terribly cute.
All I knew about them is they need to simmer in something to take on flavor, so I put them in potato soup. They tasted very similar to dumplings, but definitely had a deep fried flavor.
I also got a package of kung pao "chicken" from the asian market. I made a stirfry, but this stuff looked and felt so much like real chicken it freaked me out. The flavor was great, but see how it looks exactly like shredded chicken? I keep adding veggies to this stirfry and telling myself it's not really chicken, but I don't think I'll ever be able to finish it.
Pumpkin lentil soup and salad lunch.
Peasant's meal of my crockpot pinto beans with brown texmati rice and shredded Brussels sprouts.
Broccoli with hemp seeds.
Raw fruit dessert - bananas, cherries, and raw chocolate.
Three Sisters Stew (plus edamame) over texmati rice.
In going through all my cookbooks I rediscovered some great books, including a bread book that had a recipe for quinoa bread. I love this bread! It baked up beautifully. It's light in texture and the quinoa got crispy like nuts or seeds would.