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07/25/2011

Southern Style Fourth of July!  »

Looks like I’m going to Atlanta next summer to crash the Fourth of July party Nate and Adrienne will be serving at. I will go anywhere to indulge in this spread!

Amazing!

For more pictures and stories of their fourth of July cooking escapade (and HELLA delicious looking cupcakes), click here! Thanks for the submission, guys!

07/13/2011

Hello, friends! It’s WTF Wednesday!  »

You guys, last week was a long week. I can’t believe I’m saying that, as I had Monday and most of Wednesday off, but you can’t really count the Fourth of July as a day off because it is exhausting. If you’re not hopelessly trying to avoid all the drunk and disorderly people on the highway, you’re waking up from the sound sleep you fell into at the reasonable hour of 9 p.m. and screaming, “It’s the apocalypse!”

True story: I hate fireworks. I only go to Disneyland when I know they’re not going to happen, and if I have to see fireworks up close and personal, I am always the person huddled on the ground praying that I’m not accidentally ignited by the flames. Once, when I was living on my own, I was enjoying a movie on my laptop when I started hearing these horrifying sonic booms. Because I am a completely rational human being, I was immediately certain that San Francisco was under attack. No idea who would be attacking us at 8 p.m. on a Saturday night, just certain it was happening. In my haste to save humanity, I immediately called my mother and told her to hide, and ran outside (smart, right?) to see if there were any other survivors. What I found was a block full of people standing outside and smiling up at the sky. Continuing my logic, I was sure that these people were either trapped by some mind-ray I was immune to or in hysterics, and I cautiously approached my next door neighbor.”I heard it, but we seem to be fine. Is anyone hurt?” I said. My neighbor, to his credit, just pointed at the sky and said “Mark, those are fireworks,” in a slow and nonthreatening manner. God, I hate fireworks. You know what? Fireworks are assholes. Corgis, according to the internet, are also assholes.

I didn’t know this because I generally think they’re pretty cute, but then Allen pointed out that Corgis are not only assholes but out to ruin this awesome new streak of marriage equality. Why you gotta do that Corgis? What gays ever do to you? You know what, Corgis? Only gays and rich people adopt you, and the rich people who adopt you are usually gays. I have to be honest, this website is really making me look at Corgis in a different light. I am usually not a hater of any breed, but I cannot get down with any animals that are not down with marriage equality. Or animals that pee in pools. Or animals that bring wine to AA meetings. And I can definitely not get behind dogs that dress as KKK members. You guys, I didn’t even know this was happening. This is why I mainly stick with hamsters, who would never discriminate on the basis of race, creed, or sexual orientation.

Apparently, Moths don’t discriminate either, choosing to now spend their time not only scaring people when they float out of closets like evil harbingers of doom, but also crawling into the ears of children in order to cause them stress, fear, and a glimpse of mortality. Let me be clear with you on one point: if a moth, or any other bug for that matter, crawls into your ear, go immediately to the emergency room. Do not pass go. Do not try to flood your ear with water in order to drown the moth in your cavern of earwax. Moths are stubborn, and as a 12-year-old in Denver learned, they cannot be killed with water. When the boy’s mother finally took him to the emergency room, the doctors had to pull the moth, still alive mind you, from his ear where it had decoded that it would take up permanent residence. Doesn’t this remind you of that horrible story we all heard as kids about spiders laying eggs inside people’s faces? Thanks, internet, now I will never be able to sleep again.

That’s it for this week! Please send me links for next week and have a safe and bug-free Wednesday!

07/12/2011

East Coast-style Fourth of July!  »

Vegans are amazing! Check out this spread from Aimee’s Fourth of July BBQ near Annapolis, Md. Fourth of July veganism, coast to coast!
Featured: pesto pasta salad with tomatoes, potato salad with Torfurky Smoky Maple Bacon Tempeh, Gardein beefless burgers, Perfect Grilled Portobellos, Tofurky veggie dogs, organic corn, assorted dips and guacamole from Roots Market, plus Aimee’s new favorite condiment, Spicy Red Pepper Miso Mayo. Dessert included fresh peach ice cream and Sticky Fingers brownies and Cowvin cookies.

This looks delicious! I can’t wait to invite myself come to your next party! Thanks for the submission!

07/08/2011

Vegan Fourth of July!  »

Did any of you take pics of your feast? I did! Being vegan during the holidays is so much fun! Actually every day (eating is great)—but during holidays with my family I can rest assured they will help me stock up on vegan food at Whole Foods so I have things to eat/don’t feel left out. I’m so lucky! Thanks, fam!

Potato salad (yay Veganaise!), citrus spare rib cutlets, fruit salad, corn on the cob (yay Earth Balance!), Great White, and a green salad. What did you have? Send us pics!

07/04/2011

OMG happy fricking July Fourth! Chocolate-dipped firecracker cookie dough pops from Pictures Pups and Pies! Eating chocolate-dipped cookie dough is genius enough, but putting it in on stick? That’s, like, inspired. THIS is what you should bring to your Fourth of July party, you would be so popular! Not that you aren’t already. Vegansaurus readers are so popular! And sexy. Like a chocolate-dipped firecracker.

OMG happy fricking July Fourth! Chocolate-dipped firecracker cookie dough pops from Pictures Pups and Pies! Eating chocolate-dipped cookie dough is genius enough, but putting it in on stick? That’s, like, inspired. THIS is what you should bring to your Fourth of July party, you would be so popular! Not that you aren’t already. Vegansaurus readers are so popular! And sexy. Like a chocolate-dipped firecracker.

07/03/2011

Quick, vegans! What should I bring for a Fourth of July Potluck?  »

Try not to get too jealous, but I’m going to an 80-person ALL-VEGAN July Fourth potluck tomorrow up in the mountains of Colorado. It’s through Meetup.com, so the people might be total freaks, but I’m betting they’re awesome. I need to decide what to bring! What’s your favorite thing to bring to a summer potluck? Bonus points for a link to an online recipe! Let’s share the wealth here!

[Ed.: Might I suggest Roasted Dill Potato Salad from VegWeb!? I might! —Laura!]

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