Welcome to Vegan MoFo Sixteen
- Day 16 of Vegan Month of Food 2011
Very early morning - up at 3:30 to get in a bit of
before reporting to Reliant Stadium
at 5:30AM to help set up for the
NFL's Houston Texans
Running of the Bulls
The Bull is Toro, the Texans team mascot.
(Hey, as a Vegan, I'm also an animal rights activist;
if it were anything to do with the spectacle in Spain,
I'd be there, holding a sign, protesting the cruelty.
So chill, my fellow abolitionists - it's all good.)
Later, joined friends at Pepper Tree Veggie Cuisine
for a Vegan Meetup brunch
in support of
VEGAN WORLD RADIO,
Houston's vegan radio program
(Wednesday evenings, 10-11PM)
on Pacifica affiliate
KPFT, 90.1 FM
for the fall membership drive/fundraiser.
(tune in Donna Summer's
On The Radio)
A good time,
fueled by the gastronomic delights of the buffet,
and the Vegan cookbooks, informational booklets, and stash,
was had by all.
On the way home, to watch the
Texans take on the Ravens in Baltimore.
Since my Texans sometimes play only three,
instead of the regulation four,
quarters of football,
I stopped off at my favorite sweet spot,
to secure some sustenance for watching the game.
When it comes to vegan baked goodies,
things really are bigger in Tejas!
I usually cut this beauty into quarters,
to stretch its goodness out to four days of yum-ness.
Got a couple packs of cookies.
The cranberry orange are my favorite Sinfull cookies.
A girl's got to have chocolate chip, too.
Sinfully delicious, cruelty-free
vegan baked goods.
Sin without the guilt!
Football fans know how my game day ended.
Texans played three quarters,
Ravens played four,
Still, I took comfort in the fact that
the Ravens game changer was their
Mr. Raymell Maurice Rice,
my fellow Rutgers alum,
representing RU quite well.
(tune in, yes, you guessed it,
Rutgers State of Mind.)
Further comfort courtesy of my Sinfull Cinnamon Roll.