04 May 2011

Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor T-Shirt


Everything in today's post is TECHNICOLOUR


Starting with Banana Date Green Apple Oatmeal for Breakfast


With a pinch of Cinnamon and Stevia Powder 
to offset the tartness of the Granny Smith Apple


Followed by the colours in my backyard...


Love when the sun comes out to play with nature :)


For Lunch I had a Grilled Wrap


Ground Chicken, Refried Black Beans, Spinach, Onion, Paprika and Cayenne


Stuffed into an Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Tortilla and grilled a la George Foreman


Yesterday I spent the afternoon doing Tie-Dye with friends


I went for a subtle tie-dye effect with my white t-shirt


Tomorrow I will post the photos of our actual tie-dye process


The Technicolor Theme carried into Dinner... 


Cubed Extra Firm Tofu and Purple Japanese Sweet Potato, with Peas and Corn


Mixed with "all the vegetables under the sun" like Kale, Swiss
 Chard, Gai Lan, Green Beans, Spinach, and who knows what else...


Seasoned with a little Lemon Juice, Olive Oil, and Dill


Baked @ 375 Fahrenheit for 40-45 minutes

15 comments:

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

Beautiful colors in this post! :D I'm looking forward to your post on the tie-dye process, I've never done that and am curious how it works! :)

Missy said... [reply]

Pretty food, pretty day, pretty t-shirt.
Pretty girl.

Kat @ Cupcake Kat said... [reply]

I'm loving that last dish with all the veggies. It sounds delicious

Meri said... [reply]

I love your "all veggies under the sun" meal- thats how my dinners tend to look! I once rit-dyed a duvet cover with ties for a one color tie dye look. I was so afraid it would stain the washer, but it didn't!

Lindsay and James Cotter said... [reply]

beautiful colors...vibrant way to nourish the mind and body!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Um, yeah, I pretty much want that burrito! YUM!

Red Deception said... [reply]

I dig the tie-dye top.

thedelicateplace said... [reply]

i love tie dye, purple potatoes and the simple dressing you used in your last dish. i think i heard of it from jamie oliver ;) he uses that on EVERYTHING literally.

Ayla said... [reply]

The dye on your shirt looks like a flower! I don't know if that was intentional but it's pretty. :)

Laura said... [reply]

That's the best looking bowl of oatmeal I have seen in FOREVER! I love the addition of tart apples... sometimes I even grate them in.

Chelsea said... [reply]

I love apple and banana together in my oatmeal! It tastes like fall.

That is so awesome how you made the tie dye look like a flower!

anothercoffeeplease said... [reply]

I need to go to the shops pronto! Those vegetables look so amazing. We're in the midst of a vegetable/fruit drought in this house because I haven't felt like grocery shopping - and I ended up having peanut butter and dark chocolate chunks in my vanilla almond oatmeal. Very delicious, but way too rich for 6am!

sara said... [reply]

i love all the vivid colors in that tofu bake! and the t-shirt is pretty cool looking too :)

Kristin said... [reply]

Can I hire you as my personal chef? Haha!

Kayla (Little Miss Healthify) said... [reply]

I LOVE your tie dye! It is so beautiful, pastels are my favorite! You are a girl after my own heart!

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