Tag Archives: tabbouleh
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
It is really hot here in the Bay Area. We never expect hot weather to last more than three days and we are hunkering down to try to preserve our cool. Sunday night the power went out and we were … Continue reading