Sunday, January 6, 2013

Dining out

Today was a tough one on the vegan journey.  On the days that the Baltimore Ravens play, we watch at the Lighthouse Tavern with our Raven's Roost. It is a convenient place to watch because it is on the same street  we live on and they have a lot TVs.  The menu is not vegetarian friendly, much less a good place for a vegan.I had a green salad for lunch which was greens with a little bit of carrot, tomato and onion with a balsamic vinaigrette. It was not entree sized.  Tommy had a chicken sandwich with tater tots and I had a lot of those.  Not exactly a well rounded meal to go with my ciders while watching the game.  The good news is that the ravens won their wild card round of the playoffs against Indianapolis.

Breakfast was cereal, almond milk, raspberries and blackberries.  For some reason, cereal pictures seem to come out blurry.

For dinner we had some of the leftover Moroccan Bean Stew with Sweet Potatoes and Couscous.  I made a batch to Kale Chips to compliment it.  It is amazing how 2 people can eat an entire batch of kale after it has been dehydrated, but if it was raw or sauteed we would only make a dent into the batch.

Back to football.  Today was Ray Lewis' last home game as a Raven.  He spent his entire career in Baltimore and was a member of the first draft class.  He has been great to watch over the years.

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