This is relevant because...as far as I know, he doesn't know I'm a vegan. So, I'm going to give him the second version of my Cherry Chocolate Fudge Cake, and see if he notices. I bet not.
For lunch at work yesterday I packed another bento. It was pretty nice; I added a chopped tomato and half a lime to the salad, which tasted great. Today, I think I'll get two tomatoes in there. More seasoned peanuts for the protein content. I seriously need to think of more protein sources, that don't require heating up. I might try hazelnuts with walnut oil and cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar on them today. I'll be more inventive with bentos when I have more time to think of stuff that can be eaten cold, or find a microwaveable box.
|I tried like fifty times to get this image to upload the right way up. It just doesn't. It keeps rotating. Sod it.|
I'm meant to be making my first three course vegan dinner for the month on Saturday. It was originally supposed to be today, but I have to work. Then it was meant to be tomorrow, but I moved it. Then Friday, but I moved it again so I could go to the museum instead. So, Saturday. I'm thinking a basic menu (which I may have mentioned before) of vegetable soup with freshly baked bread, followed by vegan sausages and mashed potato, with a dash of salad dressing and some seasoning, along with fresh vegetables and a small salad. Then apple crumble with custard, and/or cherry chocolate fudge cake (I like saying that). I'm going for a very English winter theme, here. I'd like to do something Cajun or Japanese in future. Maybe next month.