Robins in the trees?

Gosh. I woke up on Monday to see a tree full of Robins. Yup. Robins… it must be Spring. *laugh* Actually it was so warm out on Monday that Gerry and I decided to wander around downtown and do some errands and soak up some Vit D.

It was so nice out we even sat outside front of Pink Bicycle Burger… and enjoyed a vegan Black Bean Burger. It was my first time there … it wasn’t bad. Wasn’t great but it wasn’t bad. Nice to know there’s a place downtown to grab a quick veggie burger.
Fergus enjoyed a nice drink.
Someone was pooped from all the walking when we got home.
Since I’m tweaking HIAV for the 10th anniversary edition I re-tested the French Toast recipe because someone e-mailed me saying they had issues with the recipe.

Breakfast for dinner? Hell yes! Served it with a side of home-fries and beans. Are there any recipes in HIAV that you have problems with? Let me know so I can adjust the recipe in the new edition.

This entry was posted in Go Vegan!. Bookmark the permalink.

0 Responses to Robins in the trees?

  1. Melanie says:

    I LOVE breakfast for dinner it reminds me of being a kid. My mom use to make if for me and my sibs all the time. I still to this day love to make it except now my breakfasts for dinner are vegan. Thanks to your books!

  2. E.K. Wimmer says:

    I think Gerry should carry Fergus around in one of those front-loading baby holders.

  3. AKM says:

    I love breakfast for dinner! I think next week I’m gonna have chik*n and waffles!

  4. Anonymous says:

    on a totally unrelated note…what type of dog is fergus?

  5. Anonymous says:

    ROFL, I second Wimmer’s comment.

    Maybe we can petition WoW to add a chest item that would look like that. Hmmm – l33t stylin’….

  6. outofafrica says:

    breakfast for dinner is great! I’m making pancakes (from left over batter from Sunday) and scrambled tofu with salsa tonight.

Leave a Reply to Anonymous Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.