Love the pie...and the burgers.Do you buy the brocco-slaw mix at Trader Joes? I just discovered it and am hooked.
quiet is good. and the pie looks amazing!
That pie is ridiculously cute!
Looks like a wonderful 4th of July meal celebration. That Strawberry & Blueberry Pie is BEYOND gorgeous!!
What a gorgeous pie!
I bet you can guess what dish most caught my eye... the rainbow slaw!(Although my eye quickly darted around to take in all your other beautiful dishes.)
Cute idea for the pie. What recipe did you use for the lemon creme?
WOW does all that stuff look great! Love the burgers--my mouth is watering. And the pie is so cute!
Dynise, we don't have TJ's in Austin. We are strictly Whole Foodies. I buy Mann's broccoli slaw. Try it in stirfries too!Crystal, I used the pie filling from Vcon's Lost Coconut Creme Pie. I think I just added in some extra lemon juice and lots of zest, and of course no coconut.
Your pie looks amazing! And send black bean burgers my way whenever you want, yours look delicious!
Everything looks incredible but the pie - oh wow! I had to show it to Mom who then asked me - uh, why didn't we have a pie like that? We had mini-cupcakes because I didn't want to be tempted by left over pie.
oh my dawg! The pie looks so BEAUTIFUL!! You're a CHAMP at decorating pie/tarts ... EVERYTHING!
That pie is just too cute! I bet it was scrumptious, too! All the food looks great, and a quiet moment is often more meaningful than a loud celebration :)
mango & avocado broccoli slaw sounds so awesome! and your creme pie looks awesome, too! and of couse i was drooling over the potato salad and the burgers! mmmmmmmmmm! glad you both enjoyed the quieter 4th - sometimes it's nice to kick back and take it easy!
That pie is so beautiful! Looks like the pic came straight from a magazine. I love brocco-slaw, too.
That pie looks so cute! Did the lemon creme firm up without the coconut?
yum, yum, yum and yum! that broccoli slaw looks especially beautiful!
Sanja, the filling wasn't quite as firm as I wanted. If you double the cornstarch, it will be almost the exact recipe from More Great Good Dairy Free Desserts, which was perfect.
Love the patriotic pie! Everything else looks great too. By the way, I'm totally envious of your farmer's market. Wow!
Awesome holiday meal, start to finish. The patriotic pie looks delicious, even if the filling didn't firm up like you wanted. Just means it's okay to lick the plate :)
OMG that pie is sooooooo BEAUTIFUL!!! Once again I'm SO psyched to have found this blog! And now I can read all of your posts (yes, I will... RIGHT NOW) and it's like being a kid in a candystore for a healthy foodie!!!(PS) The mango, avocado-broccoli slaw?!?!?! GENIUS! I'm a broccoli f.r.e.a.k. (proud to be. period.) and can easily eat a steamed 2 lbs :) (snacking, of course!) But avocado and mango are other faves of mine, and well, that is just pure bliss!
Wow - your meal looks great! I love the black bean patties.We ended up eating our stuff for the 4th on the 2nd...we couldn't wait, haha!-Crystal
I wish that your meal of wheels had made it to Houston! Everything looks so fresh and seasonal. Oh, and that pie, looks like we were thinking along the same lines for our 4th of July desserts :-)
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