Juliet likes sleeping on top of the clothes-drying rack. This is how she looks from underneath.
Yesterday I went with Sue, Julie, and Dave to True Bistro, a vegan place in Somerville. Above, Julie and Dave look serious.
Sue's hand gestures are echoed by the gentleman at the next table. How artistic is that!
A salad with farro, which tasted something like barley. Nice presentation.
Wilted spinach, smoked tofu, pecans, cranberries, red onion, balsamic vinegar. The smoked tofu had a meaty taste reminiscent of bacon.
Housemade spaghettini, smoked tofu, English peas, blanched almonds, cream sauce. I liked this; Julie didn't love it.
Cornmeal-crusted oyster mushrooms, horseradish/dill aioli. You can't go wrong with fried stuff!
Black bean and plantain torte, salsa verde and sour cream. (I think I got that right.)
I generally think of vegan diets as very restrictive, but the True Bistro makes great use of plant foods. I could be vegan, if I could eat stuff like this every day.