Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Bowl Food

With one thing and another, the house has been a little hectic recently, so I haven't been menu planning and haven't been keeping note of our meals either. I have snapped a couple of things we've eaten over the last few weeks. 


Loads of roast veg, some of which became soup, some went into the freezer and yet more became orzotto.


It looks very pale but hidden in there somewhere are mushrooms, onions, celeriac, chestnuts and squash, really delicious. 

We ate out a few times when we were off celebrating Dan's birthday, I forgot to take pictures of the curry at Wagamama in York, the pizza at Basement Browns in Coventry and the tofish and chips at Lolo's in Ramsbottom. I did remember to snap the soup we had at Little Barista before Burnley v Man City.


Last week, when the bathroom redo was going badly and we were at a low ebb, I headed for the convenience food aisle at the supermarket to pick up some veggie shawarma (spiced soy strips). 


I chucked it in with mushrooms, peppers and onions, then served it with wraps, chilli sauce, salad and houmous. 



The obligatory noodles.

Last night we kept it really simple and had a simple dhal with some brown rice and a leftover wrap from the freezer. 


I take my hat of to those people who stage their food photographs to look wonderful, I'm just too hungry!

16 comments:

  1. I think your food looks really tasty.

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  2. Lots of lovely colourful meals there. What are the black round things in the second picture? Looks like black pudding, but I'm guessing it's not (unless there's a vegetarian version).

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    1. It is indeed vegetarian black pudding!

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  3. I daren't show my cooking....it's not pretty even if it tastes reasonable. Lots of soup here too...I've managed to use up all sorts of lurking veg. Arilx

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    1. I hate it when I have to use "good" veg to make soup, far better to use the fridge lurkers.

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  4. You don't need to stage your food, it looks delicious and is served well naturally.

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    1. Thank you so much, I'm a simple girl, no fuss!

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  5. Your food always looks so delicious. The soup looks amazing. The perfect warmer before an afternoon at the football. X

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    1. Thank you. The soup really is delicious, I'm not a big fan of kale but it's very enjoyable in this format.

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  6. Your food always looks marvelous. I wish my pictures turned out half as nicely.

    God bless.

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  7. The food looks tasty! So intrigued by Tofish-I'd very much like to try that!

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    1. Thank you. The tofish is firm tofu, wrapped in nori and then a light batter.

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