Monday, July 24, 2006

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Dance little onion girl!!!

Last night I had a lovely fresh red onion stalk sticking out of my backpack when I had dinner with Mishka. I yanked it out and dangled it, gasping at how pretty it was. Mishka said it needed eyes, so here it is on a wrinkly tea towel:

Which reminded me of a magnet I have that says "dance little onion girl" and has a pic of an anthropomorphized onion:

Sunday, July 16, 2006

things that make ya go yum

This could be the last of the Ontario strawberries for the year. I like them on toast with Tofutti better-than-cream-cheese!

And I made the Sunny Corn Muffins from PPK. They're sweet and lemony, I think they'd be good with blueberries. Next time!

More things that make ya go "yum" at the vegan cookalong!

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

pink swap and other snail mail

Yay, my pink swap parcel came in! Greeting cards, ribbons, fabric, choker-making kit, paper and makeup bag. Thanks to Amy!

And one of those real-life-friends-who-never-comments-on-my-blog sent me some vegan treats and an awesome zine. The soap is in a boombox shape and the candy is delicious! Americans have the best vegan junk food. I haven't seen the Wha Guru Chews in Toronto, but I hope to, it was gooey caramel with nuts, and vegan of course.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Strangers With Candy

Is it time yet? Is it time yet? I can barely wait to see the film, even though some of the jokes make me feel antsy. "Good times!" It opens next week in Toronto. Did you see Amy Sedaris on The Colbert Report last night? She did a gymnastics routine in green sequins with Colbert and Mr. Jellineck. HiLARious!

Monday, July 10, 2006

Forza Italia!

Guess who won the World Cup? Made the Italian flag with fresh veg:

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Watched the final game at the Skydome:

Frolicked on St. Clair West:

Monday, July 03, 2006

vegan picnic

Spent a lovely day in High Park yesterday at the TVA members picnic. How refreshing to go to a group pic nic and not have to ask about the ingredients and be able to eat everything! They put on a great spread.