Thursday, December 27, 2007

Holiday Dinner

I had my family for the holidays in my apartment. It was cozy hehe.. But absolutely wonderful. I was surprised that we pulled it off in such a small space. I made food and everyone took home lots of leftovers. This was some hummus. Delicious and satisfying.
My mom made the apple pie, Here it is before the top crust was added.
My super small kitchen. It is such a change to try to cook here. I still haven't brought over my dishes, so this meal was not presented well. I missed my dishes. Oh well, it tasted great!
Bread, hummus, tabouli, veggies, pita chips, non-vegan lasagna.. there was more, but it didn't fit on the table..
Hummus, veggies and pita chips
Big ass sesame bread
Hummus
More big bread!
Chocolate Mint Pie
Chipotle Split Pea Soup
Soup all dished up
BBQ'd tofu sammie.. the perfect fuel for breakfast before all the cooking
BBQ tofu wrap from the other day..
Salsa in the works for my brother and SIL. I usually make them a gallon. They love it. It is really good. Like the best salsa ever!
Tabouli made a day in advance, along with the salsa.
My beautiful niece.
With her daddy.

15 comments:

  1. Looks like the small space didn't put a damper on your meal at all! It all looks fabulous. I just love homemade hummus. And that chocolate mint pie, wow!! Hope you enjoyed the holiday with your family :-)

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  2. hey, cozy is the way to go for the holidays! always nice to be amongst family :0)

    your mom's apple pie looks stellar; and of COURSE I'm completely mesmerized by everything you made as well (especially that chocolate-mint pie and the hummus - yum!)

    happy holidays, Mel!! hope you're feeling better too!!

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  3. Yum! I so want that barbeque tofu wrap. Like yesterday!!

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  4. you and your brother look so much alike!!!

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  5. Everything looks amazing! I hope that you had a chance to enjoy yourself and spend some time with your family--I am sure that they appreciated all of your delicious cooking!

    Courtney
    PS your niece is adorable!

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  6. I'm so glad the celebration went so well. The food looks amazing!

    And oh my I want to kiss those sweet baby cheeks. Arwen looks so much like YOU Mel :) Satt looks so happy :)

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  7. Aww, your niece is adorable :o). And I'm loving the picture of that cocolate-mint pie.

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  8. What a beautiful and cozy feast you all had! It's so much fun to see your kitchen with all of the food cooking, even if it's not your optimum space. Everything looks so yummy.

    Your niece is too cute!

    Julie

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  9. Looks like you had a feast for your family get together, love the look of the split pea soup and your big ass bread... I love beautiful bread.

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  10. I'm so happy you were able to spend time with your family. May 2008 bring you much joy.

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  11. Your kitchen is bigger than mine and I live in a house. I think your food looks great! But that niece of yours looks like a little doll! She is so cute! Hubby wants your chocolate mint pie, NOW!!! lol... I am so glad you got to be with family this holiday season. Thanks for you kind words on my blog. I am happy to have you as a blogging buddy too!

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  12. What a spread! Everything looks lovely, and I can empathize with the small kitchen thing, yours is even bigger than mine! I am so used to it though, I would probably feel lost in a big kitchen.

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  13. Your photos always look perfect, and make the food shine!

    We especially like the homemade hummus, the tabouli, and the salsa. Is there any way you could share your salsa recipe? We are from Texas and love salsa!

    Happy New Year, LK

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  14. Looks and sounds like a fabulous time with the fam :)

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  15. Looks like a lovely holiday! And your kitchen is pretty big compared to my tiny NYC apt kitch.

    And yes, am drooling over dessert still. Your niece is too sweet. Looks like you guys had a great time.

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