Tuesday, April 15, 2008

My Dinner...

best waffle cone ever

So, you're trying to eat more veggies and whole foods when someone comes home from work with a freshly handmade almond waffle cone and a pint of your favorite soy ice cream*...what do you do? Uh, yeah. At least the the cone was all natural. Mas made it himself and I must say that it was perfectly crisp and delicious.

*Peanut Butter Zig Zag, what else?

8 comments:

Celine said...

PB zig zag is the only way to go, fo' sure.

Vegan_Noodle said...

I haven't had a waffle cone in so long, or pb zig zag for that matter...

Ricki said...

Looks entirely tantalizing. . . haven't tried that flavor, but will sure look for it now! (Oh, and I am in love with your pooch!!).

trina said...

Good Land, you married well or partnered up well or what have you.

meg said...

Peanut Butter Zig Zag really is the greatest...and Mason's job definitely has it's odd perks. Three years ago he was bringing home greasy Mazzio's and Wal-Mart bakery leftovers (ugh and ugh) from work lunches--and now it's tofu/tempeh/roasted veg sandwiches and vegan waffle cones.

Mihl said...

Hey there's fruit and almonds in your food. That's healthy ;)
A home-made almond cone sounds really great!

Mihl said...

okay, I misinterpreted the colour and thought it was violet Therefore I thought there was fruit in this ice cream. Maybe peanuts and chocolate still count as fruit?

meg said...

Oooh...some sort of fruit and almond ice cream sounds really good, though!