In my 17 months as a vegan, I have been to many, many potlucks, a cookie exchange and other gatherings surrounded by food. It’s so nice to go somewhere and not have to say “what’s in this?” or “can I eat this?”
But it wasn’t until this past weekend that I went to a vegan cookout! And it was so much fun
Saturday was Derby Day here in Kentucky but the Louisville Vegetarian Club decided to have an “alternative” cookout held at Tyler Park here in Louisville. This event was sponsored by Tofurky and Rainbow Blossom (a local health food store) who both donated food items!
What a beautiful day it was!
And the food was yummy too!
Tofurky brat on a Rudi’s hot dog bun with relish, mustard, ketchup and some organic tortilla chips with Athenos roasted garlic hummus
And of course, the rest of the crew brought some really delicious food to share!
Carrie‘s black bean quinoa and Seana’s vegan macaroni salad
Somebody knew my birthday was the day before and made this amazingly decadent chocolate cake with ganache and strawberries
Thank you Carrie ;-)
I also had some spicy pasta salad a la Karen and these insanely addictive peanut butter chocolate chip blondies. Let’s just say I did not need to eat the rest of the evening!
I have to thank everyone for coming out and for sharing some truly wonderful dishes. You guys are so wonderful and I’m so glad to have this group in my life
Posted on May 10, 2011, in Dinner, Lunch, products and tagged Cooking, cookout, Derby, Kentucky, Lifestyle Choices, Louisville, Louisville Vegetarian Club, Rainbow Blossom, Tofurky, Tyler Park, veganism, vegetarian. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.