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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

October 25, 2013  |  food

Dinner isn’t the only meal where I try new recipes. Today we had a new breakfast called Pudla. It’s very similar to the socca crepes that I made last week.

pudla

It’s kind of like a falafel omelet. This blogger also has a collection of variations, the first one is awesomely titled “POTM: The Breakfast of Lazy Ladies.”

pumpkin-bread

Last week I made this tasty Vegan Oatmeal Pumpkin Bread, which seemed very appropriate for the season.

rv-toaster

This Summer, our friend Amanda made us sandwiches with TOAST. Toast is a big deal when you don’t have room for a toaster. Well, she turned us on to the the Camp Stove Toaster and I’ve been loving it. I’ve been using it for the Ultimate 4-Layer Vegan Sandwich. For the pesto part of the sandwich I’ve been using this amazing kale/pesto recipe.

Dinner Last Night:
Pictured at the top of this post, Red Lentil and Moong Dal and 4-ingredient Kale Salad. I didn’t have amchoor powder or asafetida, so I skipped those and then in an amateur moment, when the recipe called for 3 chopped tomatoes, I realized I hadn’t read ahead and I also realized I didn’t have tomatoes, so I quickly grabbed a jar of crushed tomatoes and dumped it in right before the spices started to burn. Lucky for me it all worked out.

2013 Cost of Camping:
117 nights paid camping (through Saturday 10/26)
182 nights free camping
299 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $3,201.29
Daily average cost of camping: $10.71

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4 Comments


  1. So glad you like your stove-top toaster! I am about to make the oatmeal bread right now with apple instead of pumpkin. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

  2. We make toast under the broiler in the oven. Our stove top does not really get hot enough for the 4 slice unit like yours. I do miss the old Naptha fired Coleman stoves at times……

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