It being Bastille Day, it's only fitting that I share the pictures of the clafoutis I baked the other day. my roommate was out of town so I celebrated having the apartment to myself by holing up in a hot kitchen with the oven on for 2 days straight.
pitting cherries by hand. An arduous yet ultimately worthwhile task.
baked. I used the Urban Vegan recipe, as it's the only one I've ever seen, and probably the only one I'll ever need. Surprisingly simple to throw together, minus the cherry pitting, although Dynise says you can use other fruits. Cherry is traditional, however, and I've been eating tons of them recently.
The clafoutis is fairly mushy inside at first, despite having slightly burned the top, but it firms up as the days pass. I like this texture a little better.
Jarrod and I shared the clafoutis after we made a healthy dinner, of course. Rice alongside a saute of broccoli, mushrooms, chickpeas, Field Roast Italian sausage, and scallions.
a man and his coconut La Croix
another day another baked good. These were veganized coffee-blueberry muffins. They came out very nice and light, not too sweet. I'd add more blueberries next time.
Lunches this week have been very sad and no-frills salads. Instead, here's a rogue photo of the Buffalo Chick'n wrap from Blossom that I ate last week.
a new brand of chocolate cup? Don't mind if I do.
I also finished a new zine in between all the eating. This one actually came together fairly quickly, as Jarrod wrote a big piece for it about his experience staying vegan while in prison. An all-around pretty good issue, if I do say so myself. Stay cool, kids.