Variations on a #Vegetarian Theme

Charlie and I are very fond of a dinner of pasta and salad. This is not to be confused with pasta salad, which we can take or leave. Sorry, pasta salad fans. It’s liked, but not well-liked.

Pasta and Salad 1Here’s one we did, of vegetable rotini (tomato and spinach), chunky garden style spaghetti sauce, and fresh mozzarella. The salad is lettuce, pears, pecans, and feta cheeese dressed with honey French.

pasta and salad 2This one is spinach and mushroom ravioli with that chunky garden style sauce and shredded 3-cheese Italian blend. The salad is lettuce, mushrooms, toasted almonds, chow mein noodles, and blue cheese / cranberry crumbles.

What’s your favorite pasta and salad combo?

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character misunderstands what another character wants to eat.

MA

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One thought on “Variations on a #Vegetarian Theme

  1. Jane
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    September 9, 2015 at 9:02am

    I’m so paranoid about leafy greens from the store that I, right now, am in a phase of not getting ANY.

    On the other hand, pasta with stuff is a serious favorite!

    Enjoy your great-looking veg food! Thank goodness I’ve still got a couple tomatoes left!

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  2. Pete Laberge
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    September 9, 2015 at 11:06am

    If you buy fresh, not bagged greens, are careful, and wash carefully, you are safe. I like pasta and salad. But I put lots of tomatoes, and a little hamburger, in my salad. And some frozen veggies, and a can of beans.

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