Holy Tuesday! I haven’t blogged in 4 days – wow!
I’ve have been pretty distracted and busy; some personal decisions going on right now. But I am well so no need to worry =)
I have had no time to check out my blog roll :ashamed!: but I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!
And J decided he would rearrange my cupboard for me. Can you say “Future Chef”?
Back news: I am having my x-ray tomorrow and will meet with the doctor again this week to go over what is happening. Luckily it is finally starting to feel normal again! Thank goodness! I haven’t tried to run but I have been walking. It is pretty sore towards the end of my walk but the pain resides fairly quickly.
This past weekend was VegFest 2010 in Seattle. Marc and I attended Saturday and we were both blown away by the size and the variety of the vendors. There were big names like LaraBar, Cascadian Farm, Odwalla, Morning Star, but I loved seeing the locally owned businesses just as much, if not more! We estimated that there were about 150-175 total vendors.
We didn’t make any of the seminars or book signings but we did have a good time sampling products! Here are just a few of the vendors that were there and most of the samples we ate:
It was pretty crowded and we had to push through the crowd to get to the tables.
I wanted these shorts!!!
We donated a dollar to help animals in need =)
Marc went straight to the Stacy’s chips!
MMMmmmm this was soooooo yummy! Tofu and enchilada sauce, simply delicious!
Mighty O Donut’s are a local vegan and organic donut bakery here in Seattle. I have been wanting to visit their shop for some time and we were so excited to sample their donuts! I will DEFINETLY be making a stop there more often!
I was very pleased to see so many organic produce delivery companies. I currently am not a member of any but I have been looking into the option.
A big shout out and Thank You to Living Harvest for giving me two tickets the the event! Here is Jennifer pouring yummy samples of Tempt Hemp Milk!
We ate A LOT of food (!!) and gathered a bunch of samples and information!
It was a wonderful event and I am looking forward to attend next year, too!
Before we headed to the event, we stopped by Bamboo Garden in Seattle. It is an all vegetarian/vegan Chinese restaurant that I have always wanted to try. Marc has eaten there before and he loved it.
The corn chowder was amazing! The hot and sour soup was a little too sweet for my liking but it was very fresh tasting.
We shared a combo plate – fried rice, spring roll, sweet and sour “chicken” and some noodle dish. It was very tasty but next time I try this place I will trying something different.
I loved reading this! =)
Phew – so there you have it! I will be back tomorrow with a chocolate recipe 😉