The other day I happened to catch a facebook post from Dreena Burton offering a link to the recipe for her almond-roasted cauliflower from her cookbook, "Let Them Eat Vegan."I don't know why I don't already own the book, but I don't, so I quickly followed the link and made the dish for dinner.
We love roasted vegetables at our house and enjoy them often — cauliflower is a favorite. Dreena's simple addition of a couple of extra ingredients made a favorite food even more delicious. You should try it.
|Callie posing with some of the entries after making her selections.|
I made a slight change in my usual method of using a random number generator to select the recipients of the cooking zine — I hope you don't mind. I put the names on same-sized pieces of paper, placed the papers on the floor, and called Callie. She chose two winners at random — the first with her nose and the second with her paw. Then I made her pose near the papers, and she was concerned that she'd done something wrong. But I think she did a fine job choosing Food Feud and Radioactive vegan to win copies of the zine.
available here. The winners have been notified and the prizes are on their way!
Dining advice needed
Any suggestions for restaurants in San Francisco and the surrounding area? Thanks!