Monthly Archives: November 2010
Kate’s Joint once again saves the day with their Thanksgiving Vegan special – mashed potatoes, stuffing wrapped in turkey deli slices, green Kale, sweet yams and cranberry sauce.
During my two week hiatus in San Fran, some of the apples were starting to go bad. I saved them by removing the bad parts and boiling the rest in a pot of water with mixed frozen berries and raw … Continue reading
Bhakti Cafe recently joined a growing list of New York City’s vegetarian restaurants. I sampled some of their food at the VegFast in Union Square recently…and reaffirmed it’s deliciousness again today. The menu has mostly vegan/raw options – salads, soups, … Continue reading
No trip to San Fran would be complete (for a vegan) without a fancy feast at the Millennium Restaurant. It’s the kind of place you go to for a special celebration, or in our case a double date. Each dish … Continue reading
You can’t come to San Fran without visiting Herbivore, which is why I was here twice. It’s the Kates Joint of San Fran. The food is great and there are tons of options to choose from. The first time, I … Continue reading
G roasted a nice tofurkey for dinner last night available at Trader Joes. I love the stuffing and gravy. This was a practice dinner for Thanksgiving next week.
This is my second visit to the vegan Loving Hut franchise (the first time I was in Phili). We ordered a Wonton Soup lunch special and a fruit smoothie. The place is clean and quiet and I like all the … Continue reading
Had tofu in the ferry building.
Had a delicious meal at Shangri La Chinese Restaurant after riding the Surrey in the Golden Gate Park. Shangri La is the San Fran version of Bhudda Bhodai, but healthier and more tasty version. Try Broccoli and Mock Beef.