Tag Archives: tabbouleh
It is almost my birthday! During birthday week I get to dine on whatever I wish. It includes all sorts of fare. No doubt I will be eating pizza and Chinese food. There is a particular dish of a Thai … Continue reading
I really like ethnic foods. They have such a flavor punch after eating a bunch of American food (see Thanksgiving.) For lunch today I finished daughter’s brown rice. There was about a half of a cup left. To complement the … Continue reading
We stopped at a Mediterranean restaurant, Hummus Express, in Bakersfield, California in the search of a vegan lunch that was tasty and quick. I ordered hummus, tabbouleh, and pita. The flavors were good but the food was awash in olive … Continue reading
After taking a close look at what I’ve been preparing and eating, I renamed my blog, Part-time Vegan. It seems that my breakfast and lunch are vegan and my dinner is all over the map. Maybe I won’t save the … Continue reading
Tonight’s dinner was kind of a replay of one of last week’s lunches. We bought some fresh pita, roasted some beets, added a bunch of mint to add to the tabbouleh, and finished up the hummus. We are leaving for … Continue reading
Today I ate steak, Yesterday all vegetables. I feel conflicted.
We are experiencing “hot-pocolypse” here in California. With temperatures forecast in the 100s (F) it’s time for a no-cook dinner. I bought the hummus but made the tabbouleh following (sort of) a New York Times Cooking recipe, Lebanese Tabbouleh. The … Continue reading