Burger n Fries

Cooking

Grey skies here in Boston and the air is getting chilly! But, my lunch really warmed me up. And so did this card I got from my Mom! There may have been something exciting to help me celebrate the changing of seasons inside….

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I was also pleasantly surprised by the taste of my bean dip today! Maybe beans just needed to soak up the flavors overnight because this was zesty and delicious with pretzels.

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I guess I’m on an Oh She Glows kick because tonight’s dinner was another recipe from Angela: Lentil-Walnut Burgers.

The basis of the burgers is, you guessed it, lentils…
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and walnuts

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mixed with spices, garlic, and olive oil.

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It’s fun to imagine that this is a giant, thick peanut butter cookie.

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Served with a shamrock of peppers + spinach leaves and sweet potato fries:

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The burger was crusty, nutty, yummy and is sitting like a rock in my tummy. Tonight = attempt #2 to get to bed at a reasonable hour. Tomorrow, Matt and I are bringing back pancake Tuesday because we replenished our supplies!!!

  • Mom
    September 28, 2010 at 9:55 am

    I’m glad you liked the card; I thought it fit the theme of the blog. I think it’s supposed to be a good sort of “immature.”

  • kath
    September 28, 2010 at 11:36 am

    Your card is so you 🙂

  • Amber's Notebook
    September 28, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    Cute card!! and those burgers looks amazing, so does the bean dip. I must try these both!

  • Kat
    September 28, 2010 at 9:39 pm

    Non-meat homemade burgers have been on my to-do list FOREVER. Thanks for test-driving the recipe and sharing, lady!