A weekend, brought to you by the letter P

P is for produce from Sweet Auburn Curb Market.

P is for printing concert posters.

P is for paella (recipe from BitterSweet).

P is for perusing the goodies at Kudzu Antiques.

P is for pie, a coconut cream pie from Vegan Pie in the Sky.

Psst..I added a layer of chocolate ganache on the bottom to give it an extra punch.

And finally, P is for puppies.


20 thoughts on “A weekend, brought to you by the letter P

  1. vegancharlie

    aw I love this theme! it was so cute and I always find myself looking at your pictures and going oooo ahhh lol.Your doggies are so adorable! I am jealous of your photo skills and camera I need a camera I used to have one but it broke and I’ve yet to get another.

    1. luminousvegans Post author

      Thank you! I think you do a great job with the camera you already have (the conversation with romaine lettuce comes to mind 🙂 ). Cameras are dirt cheap nowadays. You could also check your local craigslist for any good used cameras.

  2. goodstorysarah

    I want your weekend! Vegan sweets and antique store…awesome! Do you guys print poster for concerts on your own or does your partner do that where he works?

    I love Mission of Burma. Great posters!

      1. sarah

        Ummmm…that would be awesome! LEt me send you cash money for it though! Or vegan goods. I make peanut butter filled chocolate bunnies….big bunnies….like big Easter bunnies. And I make vegan peppermint patties. Let me know and I will hook you up!

  3. roughseasinthemed

    Love the antiques, and the dogs of course.

    I looked up that paella recipe, what a strange mix of veg. I tend to base my paellas on whatever fresh veg are in season (in Spain) so that’s invariably beans, sometimes broad beans, fresh peas, asparagus, artichokes, and I sometimes add setas (oyster mushrooms). I’ve never bothered adding chick peas as I think they would detract from the glorious fresh veggy taste. If you want to try a different one, have a browse on my blog, I invariably take pix of paella from time to time and I *think* there is a recipe on there somewhere.

    1. luminousvegans

      I checked out your paella on your blog and it looked great too. I love oyster mushrooms so next time I will probably toss some of those in. Thanks for the suggestions!

  4. Rachel in Veganland

    What a great post! If you don’t mind I might be following this model myself soon! (I’ll give you a shout out of course!) P is for pleasing and this post certainly was pleasing to the eye and to the mind. Great job!

  5. Richgail Enriquez

    Wonderful photography as usual! I just had vegan paella this weekend at this Spanish restaurant, now that I have a recipe, I shall try to make it myself. Thanks for sharing =)

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