Friday, April 18, 2008

Spork Foods: Southeast Asian Cuisine

My apologies for how late I am posting this entry. I spent my Easter Sunday with the fabulous Jenny of Spork Foods, learning all about vegan Southeast Asian cuisine. It is such a treat to take one of Jenny's classes. She has an enormous heart and a wealth of knowledge to impart. In this class, she prepared:

Fragrant Coconut Tofu Soup

Sweet and Sour Tempeh with Peppers and Carrots

Rice Noodles with Spinach and a Tangy Peanut Sauce

Caramelized Banana Spring Rolls

I am so fortunate!


romina said...

Those spring rolls look amazing! I've never had sweet spring rolls, mmm... neat idea!

Happy Herbivore! said...

yes you are! I want those spring rolls!


You have got to show us the banana spring roll recipe.
it is one of my favorite desserts in the ENTIRE world.

Jennifer said...

WOW! It all looks so good! Spring rolls?!?! Send me leftovers!

quarrygirl said...

i've always wanted to take one of these classes. they sound awesome! too bad for the next class, i will be at coachela. :( and for the pizza class which i WOULD LOVE to take....i will be in seattle!! DAMN. well i hope to take one someday and blog about it as well. looks like FUN. :)

The Vegan Snorkeler said...

Everything looks amazing. What do you put in your tangy peanut sauce?

Vegyogini said...

I wish I could share the recipes with all of you, but these are Spork Foods' recipes and not mine. If you're in the L.A. area, it's so worth it to take one of their classes and you'll feel great for supporting a local vegan business. :)

Liz² said...

must... smell... tantalizing... food!
that looks like such an awesome class, I adore southeast asian! you have to post recipes, for the good of humanity I think.