One day last week, I stopped by Global Café in Crosstown Concourse for lunch before going into the office. I've been working from home some and in the office some. I got the Falafel and Hummus with a side of Tabbouleh. Global has the best falafel in Memphis, and they're soooo big! I can never eat all four at once.
I also had some tabbouleh leftover, so the next day, I made a grain/green/bean bowl with quinoa, roasted beets from the farmer's market, sauteed collards (also from the market), pintos, Hope roasted garlic cashew-almond sauce (it was on sale at Sprouts!), and that tabbouleh. This was perfect!
Here's another healthy farmer's market-inspired meal! I sauteed local Swiss chard with chickpeas and garlic and served with some LuLu's sourdough topped with mashed avocado. I love summer meals like this so much!
Here's a random, day-before-grocery-day meal. I didn't have much produce left, so I made some Birdeye's frozen steamed Black Rice & Edamame (from a bag) and served with sauteed black beans (from a can) with spinach and cauliflower (both frozen).
And finally, here's a beautiful dish from the No Meat Athlete Cookbook. This is the Vietnamese Vegetable & Rice Noodle Salad. It has brown rice noodles that are tossed with quick pickled daikon, carrots, and cucumbers and then topped with sauteed tofu, avocado-ginger dressing, cilantro, and chopped peanuts!