Leftover pumpkin pie ravioli spheres from Olives for Dinner! Say word. I may not understand these but I fully support them and all of their endeavors.
Did anyone possibly do anything more creative with Thanksgiving leftovers? I can’t imagine but I’d love to hear.
Peanut Butter and Sambal Wontons with Chocolate Sauce from Olives for Dinner! Born from hurricane Sandy anxiety, these look just glorious. You know I’m always into the savory-items-made-sweet and sweet-items-made-savory so this is right up my alley. Plus, I love dipping things in chocolate. Who doesn’t? Evil people!
Jeez louise! Olives for Dinner is killing it lately. And these vegan mozzarella, basil, and cherry tomato skewers certainly do not disappoint. How cute are they? Like, not even cute, more like “elegant.” These make me want to have a classy party! And be like, “la di da! I’m fancy!” Because, if you haven’t noticed, I’m hella fancy.
Dudes, it’s what it looks like: vegan crème brûlée! Made by Olives for Dinner with the Vegg. Crème brûlée is my mom’s favorite dessert so I used to make it for her when I was little. I had my own torch and everything. I was never that into it but I was always making stuff other people liked when I was younger and more accommodating. But I will have to try and make this for her! Doesn’t sound too hard.
Time to dig out the old torch!
Raw Almond and Chickpea Miso Spread and I WANT IT. Olives for Dinner, why you so crazy? Just combining foods and making them delicious? Knock it off!
JK, NEVER CHANGE.
Meet the spicy green leaves salad with spicy bean curd dressing, crispy tofu, topped with crispy rice noodles at the Green Elephant in Portland, Me. It costs $6 (WHAT) and Erin of Olives for Dinner had this to say about it:
this salad is amazing. Super-fresh and packed with tons of crisp carrots, tomatoes, tofu and noodles, it’s the perfect dinner to enjoy after gorging on multiple appetizers. I love it that Green Elephant isn’t stingy with any of their sauces, which allows for a liberal drenching over every inch of a dish.
Read the entire review of her meal (with photos) at Green Elephant! It sounds so so good! Thanks for letting us know, Erin!
Erin of Olives for Dinner cooks up a vegan storm in Boston apparently on the regular. This is balsamic agave tofu with beet couscous and asparagus! She says it is easy and cheap, and deceptively fancy—this is some gorgeous food!