Wednesday, July 7, 2010

a catch-up post...sooo many food picturesss

i made pita bread the other day. however, i debated whether i should freeze it or if i should make pita chips. since my mom said she would eat some pita chips [&& i am having a hard time keeping up with eating the food i make] i decided to make them into chips.
i froze three of them and used the rest for the chips.


i enjoyed them with this hummus my aunt had at her house on the 4th of july. i don't love this brand, but it wasn't bad. i've had soooo much hummus lately, it's insane!


the following apple pie was made from apples i got at an auction my dad goes to.


i made my own crust with coconut milk, rolled oats, water, flour, mayple syrup, and vanilla.


it was pretty good, but nothing to write home about. it probably would have been much better with a scoop of ice cream. it looks seriousy lacking...



preparing to grill outtttt!


a different grill-out day of summer squash, tomatoes, && fresh garden onion.

eggplant hummus. soooo good! i remember sabra being my favorite hummus, but this definitely comes in close to being better. i ate it with these rice crackers that i found at our international food store. these rice crackers are vegan. and are delicious. and they will be taking the place of tortilla chips in my life from now on.

there are only 110 calories per serving and 0 grams of fat.


they are natural and delicious which makes me a happy camper.


6 comments:

Carissa said...

Mmmmm, I love pita chips! And that apple pie looks wonderful! I am in serious need of a grocery trip.

amandasdomestic.com said...

If homemade pita chips are anything like Stacy's they must mean big trouble!! Wishing I had some right now!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

So how do you grill? On charcoal? I'd be curious to see how you do it.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

So how do you grill? On charcoal? I'd be curious to see how you do it.

kimberly said...

yep, charcoal on a little weber grill that my parents have. i put the veggies in a pie tin && let them get pretty tender and carmelized. i use olive oil to coat them and a little cilantro. the taste of the grill is just fabulous.

nicholeewert said...

oh my gosh that onion looks AMAZING. why do people even eat hot dogs? veggies just look and taste SO MUCH BETTER?

i guess everyones just crazy or something