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I am actually cooking supper

Tofu firm fried chikun things, this site
Swiss chard with vegan bakun and onion
Sweet potato fries
My very own cauliflower and celery casserole
Sliced tomatoes with seasonings

I am making a pasta salad for tomorrow too, curly noodles, baby corn, olives, mushrooms, vegan pepperoni (store bought) and edamame with a silken ranch type of "glue."  Now the kitchen is an even bigger mess and it is my turn to clean.  I mowed the lawn with the new lawnmower.  I am 47 and this is the first time I have EVER mowed a lawn!!!  Put together a new chair for the livingroom and after all of that, I am cooking?  I need a good meal and my bed after we eat.

Do dogs like cauliflower?

I have no idea.  But, WOW!  Can I come over for dinner?  Please?  That casserole sounds good...


Yes I will be coming over for dinner as well - I will even cut your lawn as payment!  8)


Where did you say you lived?  ;D
Reading your post is as bad as going to the grocery store when hungry!

My dogs have all loved cauliflower but steamed.

My cats love it too (also steamed)!

Enjoy your dinner and your meal tomorrow!!!!!!



Sandee ate the cauliflower, but not the celery!

Dragonfly's Cauliflower Casserole
1 large firm head of cauliflower, broken up into bite sized pieces
4 or 5 ribs of celery sliced, but thick 1/2-inch slices
3/4 c. Dragonfly's Uncheese Sauce Mix
1-1/2 c. soymilk
1 12-ounce block of silken tofu

Preheat oven to 350 (it was rainy here last night and cool)

Toss the celery and cauliflower together and put in a baking dish large enough to accommodate it and the subsequent liquid sauce.

Prepare Uncheese sauce with the soymilk.  When thick, remove from heat and add the silken.  You can blend the silken and then add it if you have to use a blender.  If you have an immersion blender, just break up the tofu into the sauce and use that tool. (We all know I am a gadgaholic.)  Pour the sauce over the vegetables and bake at 350 for roughly an hour.

If you are a fan of NY, you'll love this.  It is not really cheezy so much as richly creamy.  I have tried it with other veggies and like this combo the best.  Feel free to lightly steam your veggies to cut down baking time and even use thawed frozen veggies, but make sure the celery is fresh because much of the flavor is derived from the celery.


Thanks for posting.  I'll be heading out to pick up some cauliflower.  Yum!

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