Happy Memorial Day! It occurred to me recently that I’ve never done a recipe round-up post, so I thought I’d take this holiday opportunity to do one. So here are some Vegan Memorial Day Recipes to bring to a BBQ!
Also, dog parents, be sure to watch your little ones during fire works if they aren’t fanss of them (Millie flips out and tries to hide).
Let me know if you try any of these Vegan Memorial Day recipes and let me know whatcha thing! HMU on insta or twitter.
With rich umami flavors from black rice, sweetened up with beets, these veggie burgers are an eye-catching main dish.
My favorite side ever. Serve with guac, hummus, or almond butter!
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Got another one for ya. Something to pair with those chips.
I’m pumping out some adapted recipes I’ve shared on Spoon on the blog while I’m working on some other content projects I’m SUPER excited to share over here and on another platform/medium that I’ve been wanting to try for so very long!
I’m excited and nervous and finally ready to explore a new medium of creativity, and really give it a shot. Any guesses what format? 🙂
Other life updates: So about 10 years ago at poms camp someone stepped on my big toe and ripped off the big toe nail completely. It’s never been the same. It’s cracked off a few times since then, and has always been kind of discolored and funky. Last week my toe really started to swell and get painful. Like,all around the nail it was like elevated and puffy and it hurt to put on shoes or walk.
Cue me going to a walk-in clinic feeling like a hypochondriac. Turns out I wasn’t a hypochondriac. Next thing I know, I’m in podiatry getting my big toenail removed and nail bed dug out (there was a lot of scar tissue and pus down there).
I opted to watch the mini surgery. I regret watching the mini surgery. Anyways, they put me a giant dose of antibiotics and I’m pretty sure my gut flora is not pleased. I honestly JUST got off antibiotics for a throat infection 4 days prior to this experience, and I’m kinda worried I will have no good flora left by the end of this course (in like….another week and a half -__-). At least it’s an excuse to buy ALL the booch? 🙂
Anyways back to pico. Because I bet that story DEFIANTLY made you hungry. For some fresh tomato-y pico. Tehehe #sorryiovershareeverything
Other notes/truth time: the herb in these photos is not actually cilantro. It’s parsley. Don’t tell anyone. It’s what I had on hand. That’s also the case for this entire series, and somehow thankfully, no one has ever noticed and come for me after it. Which means I don’t think anyone noticed. Since people on the internet are very quick to be mean.
Without further adieu, here is modified pico from my post for Spoon University:
Easy Homemade Pico De Gallo
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 0 minutes
- Servings: 2-5 ? Eat what feels good to you
- 1 1/2 cups fresh diced tomatoes (about 2 medium or 1 small container cherry tomatoes)
- 1 small red or yellow onion, or 1 shallot
- 1/3-1/2 cup cilantro leaves, chopped finely
- 1-2 fresh jalapeño peppers (optional)
- 1 lime, juiced
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Sriracha (optional)
- Dice tomatoes and onions into small pieces. If you like bigger tomato chunks (I do) feel free to leave ’em a little bigger
- If you’re fancy, chiffonade the cilantro. If you’re not fancy, just chop it up into really small pieces. Add to bowl.
- Remove stems and if you’re sensitive to heat, remove seeds from jalapeños.Dice jalapeños and add to bowl.
- Juice one lime and add to bowl. Add a generous amount of salt. Mix well.
- If you’re like me and a spiciness fanatic, feel free to add a squeeze of Sriracha to up the spice game.
- Enjoy. Maybe with these chips.