What I Ate Wednesday

rice & buckwheat oatmeal made with rice and soya milk, sweetened with candied clementine syrup, topped with plain soya yoghurt, sliced banana, chopped pecans, medjool dates, blueberries and a dusting of cinnamon

I’m watching Amelie.

I heart Audrey Tatou.

Perfectly perfect in every way.

I also heart food.

But I guess you knew that.

sweet harissa hummus, chopped sun blush tomatoes and little gem lettuce on freshly sliced organic toasted wholemeal bread

I ate today.

No surprises there.

I photographed everything.

Apart from dinner.

Shame.

lemon and chilli baked snacks

It was a particularly fantastic dinner.

Pasta shells coated in a yellow tomato sauce simmered with broccoli stalk, garlic (a lot) and chilli (a little), wilted kale, broccoli florets topped with fried breadcrumbs stirred with finely chopped sun blush tomatoes.

There were also herbs galore.

Herbs de provence.

From France no less.

God it was good.

Shame I didn’t photograph it.

I already said that.

candied clementine and cranberry sauce bundt cake with a pomegranate glaze

I made a cake.

A bundt cake.

A candied clementine, cranberry sauce bundt cake brushed with a pomegranate glaze.

Recipe tomorrow.

Happy 50th WIAW.

Goodnight and God bless.

 licorice tea with a splash of soya milk

4 responses to “What I Ate Wednesday”

  1. Shannon says:

    Your meals all sound so wonderful. I love Amelie as well. I watched it again on my vacation last week. It never disappoints.

    • peasoupeats says:

      Thanks Shannon – we stayed up late watching Amelie, it was past 4am before we got to bed! Such a good film:)

  2. Joey says:

    I don’t know if anyone will ever read this, for I am in what feels like and indeed IS to many people the middle of nowhere…off the whole wide worlds radar….. Loving my home , husband, dogs, and cooking. I love to imagine what life in London might be like and I can taste the lovely food you are preparing! what an aroma there is filling my little kitchen and keeping company with me as I decide which I will try.

    Margerate Rutherford lends some atmoshere here as I take stock of the pantry.

    Thanks and keep cooking. and talking. and cooking. and talking. and cooking…….well you get the idea.

    Joey

    I am new to vegan cooking and am excited about this site I have stumbled upon! I am not savy with the computer etc…
    so I consider it a lucky find indeed.

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