Everyone is invited for Sunday dinner, but we never know just who will show up.
How do you like Pierre’s mohawk?
We had two bean dishes, because I couldn’t decide which one looked better. Both are recipes from the Whole Foods Market Cookbook.
Split Lentils with Fresh Dill
I also made Tofu Fries. This recipe is from V Cuisine and it turned out fabulous!
Don’t they look perfect? Chase was so happy. I also tried to create a dipping sauce similar to one at a local market. Chase thought mine was tastier, which was a good thing. I didn’t write down a recipe, which was a bad thing. But then while looking through Get It Ripe, I noticed the House Dressing looked almost exactly like what I had done, so that’s a good thing!
I brought some bread and steamed broccoli for our sides. Here’s Chase’s Plate.
I baked sweet potatoes too, and almost forget to set them out for dinner.
Told you it was a huge dinner!
Chase requested Oatmeal Cookies for dessert, so I made the ones from Vcon. I didn’t like them warm from the oven, but omg they were great the next day.
Vcon Oatmeal Cookies
I was hoping my chocolate loving brother would come for dinner (he didn’t), so just in case I made some brownies too. I made Double Fudge Brownies from Simple Treats. I thought they could have used another minute in the oven, but the eaters thought they were just right. They are definitely fudgy.