Sunday, March 25, 2007

Seitan with Pesto and Roasted Red Peppers, Cafe Indigo

Zukes and Cherry Tomatoes, charred
Seitan Roll Up with Pesto and Roasted Red Peppers

Seitan, Pesto and Roasted Red Pepper Quesadillas


I cut my finger really bad Fri night, so there won't be a lot of typing. Pics were hard to take as well, as pretty much can only use my right hand.
Seitan cutlets were defrosted and used in our lunches today. Mine was the salad, and the kids and Mark had the queadillas. The cutlets froze well, so they passed that test!
On to some potential great news.. I may have found a job in a Vegan Cafe/Bakery!! I found out about Cafe Indigo the other day and contacted them about potentially working for them. The cafe just started, but they are an established Vegan Bakery out of Concord, NH. They bake delicious cakes, cookies, breads, sticky rolls and other vegan goodies. Check them out! They do mail order as well, so if you're looking for vegan goodies, you've found them! I am also linking to them on my sidebar.
If I don't comment on your blogs, it's because of my finger.

12 comments:

  1. OH i hope you finger heals up well!

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  2. Courtney3:10 PM

    How exciting about the job possibility--congrats!

    Your zucchini looks amazing--I am one of those strange people who loves zucchini and never gets sick of it...I am in heaven in the summer when people start giving it away for free because they have too much in their gardens!

    I hope your finger is doing okay!
    Courtney

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  3. Too bad for your finger...

    ...Yay for a potential fun new job!

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  4. Ouch! I am sorry you got hurt. I wish you good luck at the bakery. That would be a dream come true. I love squash, any kind. Last night I cooked yellow squash, zucchini, and today acorn. DH wants some bread made from the acorn, but assured me it was ok to save some out for plain eating too. He is too cute.

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  5. I'm so sorry about your finger. Those kitchen mishaps can be so frightening. Even with your bum finger, your food and photography looks as brilliant as ever! So much fresh produce and greens in those shots... wow! I'm dying to try any new recipes you want to toss my way!

    And congrats about the new job possibility. That sounds like something that would excite me, too! Let us know how it goes.

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  6. So sorry about your finger! I hope it heals soon. The seitan and salad pictures turned out great.

    I hope you get the job at the bakery. That would be the best!

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  7. Hope your finger gets better soon. I *hate* cutting myself--I'm such a drama queen, even the tiniest cut means that finger is out of action for at least a few days.

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  8. Wow! I never heard of Cafe Indigo! That is so fantastic. I will have to go up there next time I go up to Manchester.

    I hope you get the job!

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  9. Sorry to hear about your finger Melody and I hope it heals really soon. That's great news about the possible job. I hope it all goes well.

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  10. So sorry to hear you cut your finger :( I hope it heals soon. That's cool you might have a job at a vegan cafe/bakery. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you :)

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  11. Hope your finger is better! Congratulations on the new possible job! But I think you should have your own bakery...

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