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Moona…luna…tuna… Heather and Maria’s cooking night!

March 13, 2009

I am smiling because cooking is one of my favorite things to do at La Casa, and tonight was my night to cook! Potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, wheat flour, soy butter, bouillon, curry, and nutritional yeast in a pot equals… moon soup! Over dinner, we decided that the soup resembled the surface of our lovely luna (which is one more word that rhymes with tuna and Unah, woohoo!) Although it’s not the most photogenic pot of soup I’ve ever made, it hit the spot on this cold night along with Maria’s mother’s recipes for egg tuna and tuna salad on fresh bread. Between these two entrees, and some delicious leftovers from Ronna and Andrew’s feast last night, we accommodated the vegans, vegetarians, and fish eaters of the house in one meal.

heather stirs soup
soup
red lentil kofte
egg salad sandwiches

photos by JP

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. unah is here permalink
    March 13, 2009 2:26 am

    Haha
    I remember, Tuna, Unah~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ and Luna~_~

    Unah is here always watching you guys~_~//

    Thanks for making this blog and consistent blogging!!!!

  2. unah is here permalink
    March 13, 2009 2:29 am

    and I see the pancake, which looks like Korean style!!
    Who made that though? Maria?
    Is that really of Korean? or other culture?
    But I am sure that it’s Korean style!
    Dongseon taught?

    • Maria permalink*
      March 13, 2009 3:52 pm

      That’s actually kufta, a middle eastern recipe.

  3. unah is here permalink
    March 14, 2009 12:01 pm

    Ah, looks so similar!

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