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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Scattered, Random, But Having Fun

Here's the deal, I'm giving myself a MoFo guilt trip. I feel like I shouldn't post until later today when I have a super yummy sweet recipe to share. However, I've been playing, and I want to do show and tell. So, I'm bringing you this random and scattered post. It's part show and tell, and part vegan recipe suggestion. Then, later today, I will be back with a treat (once I take pictures).
OK, this is the vegan recipe suggestion part. Here is a link to a recipe for General Tao's Tofu. This stuff is amazing! I made it the other night, and it was great. Serve it with some rice and steamed broccoli, yum! Vegan, or not, this is a keeper.
Now for the show and tell.



I like that this piece leaves you wondering what the story is. What is glowing inside the cage? Why are there feathers floating around? I like the model's (my daughter, by the way) sort of sassy pose, what has happened here? I would love to hear your interpretations.

12 comments:

seitanismymotor.com said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Your blog is beautiful!

Gilding Lilies said...

It was my pleasure, and thank you.

Fin said...

Wow your daughter looks like... you! What a shock!

Jamie said...

The stories I could spin off from this photo. I love the mystery in it.

Gilding Lilies said...

How funny you should say she looks like me. I guess she does, but it seems like so little of her face is showing, so I'm surprised.
Thanks Jamie. I'm glad it got the stories going in your head.

Ballerina Baller said...

i have such a great story in my head, i think i might use it for my 2 year olds bedtime! in a few day, do you mind if i blog it and link the story to your picture? alsooooo, i'll be doing vegan tamales again soon and it made me think of your comment. thanks for reading! aaaaand next time you head to LA I have a great Tamale restaurant for you that has all types of vegan tamales and it's where I got the recipe from! happy blogging!

Ballerina Baller said...

i have such a great story in my head, i think i might use it for my 2 year olds bedtime! in a few day, do you mind if i blog it and link the story to your picture? alsooooo, i'll be doing vegan tamales again soon and it made me think of your comment. thanks for reading! aaaaand next time you head to LA I have a great Tamale restaurant for you that has all types of vegan tamales and it's where I got the recipe from! happy blogging!

Gilding Lilies said...

I can't wait to hear the story!

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