hickory smoke

anonymous asked:

What the ever living shit Spidey, I just had an all-dressed potato chip for the first time and now I'm concerned. What other shit are you crazy canucks hiding from us?


Real poutine!  A mix of fresh cut fries, specifically spiced poutine gravy and cheese curds.

Hawkins Cheezies!  You like Cheetos?  Well buckle up because Cheezies are better in every way.  They’re crunchier, more cheesy, made with corn and don’t look/taste artificial.

Smarties!  Think M&M’s but bigger and with a harder shell more solid chocolate inside.  In fact, most Canadian chocolate is different (better) as it is smoother, sweeter and creamier.  Which leads us too…

Coffee Crisp!  Foam coffee filling between wafers and covered in chocolate.  

And Aero bars!  Super sweet, Canadian milk chocolate, aerated with little bubbles so the bar feels like it was made out of a chocolate cloud!  

Fudgee-O’s!  Made by the same company, think Oreos but with a fudge icing inside!

Hickory Sticks, goddamnit!  Slivers of hickory smoked potato chip slivers.

Tourtiere.  Spiced meat pies!  Pork or beef, nothing quite compares.  Crisp on the outside, savory on the inside.  The best meat pies.  Period.

Kraft Peanut Butter.  Apparently Kraft doesn’t make this peanut butter for you Americans.  Probably for the best, since it’d put all other peanut butter brands out of business.  Also, LOOKIT THE CUTE BEARS.

Tim Hortons, sweet baby Jesus.  From donuts to timbits to bagels to coffee, you can’t go wrong with this chain.  I cannot even begin to describe what you’re missing out on if you haven’t had their coffee or donuts.  Rows upon rows of donuts of all assortments, with the smell of brewed coffee in the air.  Holy shit.

Oh and the annual Roll Up the Rim to Win.  Which beats the crap out of whatever monopoly scam McDonalds pulls.



Yo peeps, so as you can probably tell, I’m about to blow your mind. You might want to sit down, grab some water, you know, keep yourself hydrated. Maybe do a few stretches.

Now that you’re all ready, let’s begin! A girl who wrote about hotdogs and Costco got into Stanford and most Ivy League Schools, a student who wrote about his love for food got into Stanford, while Cornell’s admissions officer’s favorite essays were about lint and failing the driver’s test four times. Observing a pattern here? All these people chose kind of silly topics to write about. You might be wondering, “Yo,why would I want to sound stupid in front of the admissions officer, this doesn’t make sense!” . Well, that’s a valid argument. Now read this excerpt from one of the essays I mentioned above.

“While enjoying an obligatory hot dog, I did not find myself thinking about the ‘all beef’ goodness that Costco boasted. I instead considered finitudes and infinitudes, unimagined uses for tubs of sour cream, the projectile motion of said tub when launched from an eighty foot shelf or maybe when pushed from a speedy cart by a scrawny seventeen year old. I contemplated the philosophical: If there exists a thirty-­three ounce jar of Nutella, do we really have free will? I experienced a harsh physics lesson while observing a shopper who had no evident familiarity of inertia’s workings. With a cart filled to overflowing, she made her way towards the sloped exit, continuing to push and push while steadily losing control until the cart escaped her and went crashing into a concrete column, 52” plasma screen TV and all. Purchasing the yuletide hickory smoked ham inevitably led to a conversation between my father and me about Andrew Jackson’s controversiality"

Yes, yes, she’s literally talking about hot dogs and Costco. Now don’t underestimate her, this girl got accepted to 5 Ivy League Schools and Stanford. Jeez, that’s impressive. So now, you might be thinking , “Okay, enough of this, just get to the juicy part, give us the magic potion!” . Luckily enough for you, I’m getting to the point.

If you want to write an essay that slays everyone else’s like Beyoncé, first you gotta be true to yourself. You’re 17 or 18, you don’t want to end poverty or save the world. Maybe you enjoy pepperoni pizza, maybe you love watching horror films, maybe you love shopping at Macy’s, whatever it is, write about it.

The key is to choose a seemingly silly topic and present it in an intellectual light. Your ability to turn something silly into something genius will impress them and make you more memorable. In order to do that, you need to have a lot of knowledge about the topic you chose, which is why you need to be true to yourself. But then again, don’t write a pointless essay, don’t tell the officers that you can stuff 20 cheese balls in your mouth. Although I think it’s impressive, the admissions officer will beg to differ.

So there’s the secret formula to write a winning essay. Best of luck and I hope you get into your dream school!

Diyanshu Emandi

the best parts of the dream thieves (featuring me crying pt. 2)

part one

- “Ronan was everything that was left: molten eyes and a smile made for war” 

- Ronan’s second secret #gay

- Gansey: “i would have thought you had more muscles. Don’t feminist have big muscles?” i just want to punch him can someone please punch him

- gansey calling ronan an incredible creature #gay 

- “The elderly made ronan anxious” bitch me too!!!

- Ronan wanting to race kavinsky in the pig and adam is like dude no there is like 5 people in here we weigh too much and ronan goes: “noah doesn’t count” “Hey!” “You’re dead!” i love these nerds

- Gansey: “am I in your dreams?” Ronan: “Oh yes, baby” i hate him jsjksksk

- “Ronan sometimes dreamt of Adam, too” #gay

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i couldn’t keep the dog from barking
keep the screen door closed
ceiling fans that tap and click like busted typewriters
i can’t stop those either, or the scent
the smell of hickory smoke from last nights forgotten fire before we wandered away
from bourbon soaked conversations I almost recall
the almost unfeigned eye contact, looking for a resting place between us

i’ve too many loose ends to pen
promises caught in sunlit keeping’s
our broken failings resist the cure
as we shelter, bound 
and on the mend

A request oh heck oh boy it’s been a while! I know both of these have been done before by others but here’s my take. (Sorry for the weird message crop my phone doesn’t like to crop beyond a certain size)

Preston - smells like hickory smoke and the wood varnish from the museum he got his uniform, and if you get close enough, he smells like apples and sweet grass and nature in the freshest sense. He especially likes baked foods, and mutfruit pie is a favorite.

Piper - smells like ink and eraser shavings, and worn leather and old newsprint. Her favorite foods are Takahashi’s noodles and sweet rolls, of course.

MacCready - smells like cigarettes and gunpowder, and a cheap aftershave he looted from a department store. It wouldn’t be an unpleasant smell, if he didn’t put too much on. His favorite foods are anything processed he doesn’t have to cook, from Salisbury steak to fancy lad cakes.

Cait - smells like whiskey, but not as strongly as you might think. She smells like sweat and leather, but not unpleasantly, with a sweeter note like hay. Her favorite food is anything that can be piled in a bowl, mixed together, and eaten in one go.

Deacon - doesn’t have a smell you can pin down. It’s always changing. He has 20 different colognes (and perfumes!) And use a different one every day. He’s been known to rub dirt or plants on himself to mask smells. He commits to the sneaky. His favorite food is, like he says, mirelurk omelettes, though anything mirelurks is good in his book.

Curie - smells pleasantly and naturally perfumed, because she mixes all of her perfumes herself from flowers. If she’s spent all day working, she may have a lingering scent of chalk or sulfur from the lab. Her favorite foods are anything with lots of fresh vegetables, gourds and tatos and melons especially.

Nick - smells like old copper pennies, and cigarettes, and a tasteful amount of a classy cologne he used to wear when he was human. His favorite foods he ate before the war were any good homemade Italian meals, especially lasagna or spaghetti and meatballs, though he did have a soft spot for the occasional corner hot dog stand.

Ada - smells like motor oil, and the chemical ozone smell left in the air after a laser blast. She doesn’t eat.

Codsworth - smells like hot metal, lemon cleaner, and clean burning thruster fuel. He doesn’t eat but his favorite thing to cook is any large roast, especially radstag. It gives him a sense of pride to get it just right.

Danse - smells like iron and rubber, and like homemade soap. Nothing flowery or spicy, just honest and clean. Though the brotherhood gruel in the mess hall is anything but flavorful, he associates it with safety and home and it’s a comfort food to him.

X6-88 - smells clinical like a hospital. All of his clothes were manufactured below ground in the institute and he wears no scents. He claims to have no favorite food but like all Gen 3s he harbors a secret love for fancy lad snack cakes.

Old Longfellow - smells very heavily of whiskey and like wool coats stored in mothballs. There’s also a lingering scent of fish oil. His favorite food is fish, preferably the biggest sea monster he can kill himself.

Gage - smells like beer and used brass bullet casings, gun powder and campfires. He doesn’t particularly care what he eats but like to soak it in beer for added flavor. He’d be the king of beer can chicken prewar.

Hancock - smells like old history textbooks, and the vapor from jet, and a little hint of cinnamon. He isn’t very discerning about food, but his favorite food is anything the people he cares most about cook for him. The fact that they were willing to do such a thing makes it taste amazing to him.

Dogmeat - smells like whatever he’s been rolling in, usually dirt or sweet grass, and the warm musky scent of dog fur. His favorite food is any bone he can get his paws on, especially Brahmin or radstag bones.

Food Preservation Skills: Learning to Cure and Smoke Bacon

We’ve started a new rule. In an effort to gradually reduce our meat intake, the Hubs and I are also trying to learn more about preparing certain meat products at home. If we can’t make it, then we don’t buy it, and so we don’t eat it at home. For months now we’ve been grinding our own meat to make sausages, chillis, hamburgers, etc. It’s a lot of work, but removing that convenience and instant gratification made us more aware of our meat consumption.

Bacon…is something that’s been difficult to give up, but if we can make our own, we’re committed to stop purchasing the industrialized version of this product. This is our first time making bacon and our first time smoking meat, which is a food preservation skill we’ve been wanting to learn. Without a smokehouse or a lot of outdoor space, we used our grill to simulate the smoking effect. Not saying we did everything perfectly - we need a lot more practice - but this homemade hickory smoked bacon may be the first time I’ve had real smoked bacon, as opposed to the liquid smoke that’s poured over the commercial products. Homemade bacon is also hammier…it doesn’t crisp up the way store-brought does. I’m also delighted that I can better control the flavoring and amount of salt to use when curing the meat.

How do my other homesteaders do smoking? We’d love to hear your experiences! Anyway, 10/10, would try to make our own bacon again!

so, i don’t write things down when i serve at the beer bar. i’ve been at this a long time, & i’m very visual, so unless it’s like a party of nine people or more, i’ve got it.

sometimes it makes customers nervous. i get it. i just reassure them if i sense their trepidation, by repeating back the entire order before i leave. 

there was a table of three older gentlemen tonight that could not comprehend how i could possibly remember an appetizer & three entrees. when i got to the second guy, he was like ‘wait, you aren’t writing any of this down. you’re going to mess this up, aren’t ya?’  i took it in stride, because i think he didn’t mean for it to sound so harsh, but, like, damn, dude. 

so, i turned to the bar & said ‘you see that guy in the black shirt? his name is tom. last monday he got the fried chickpeas to start & then the steak medium rare. the lady in the turquoise shirt was in last sunday & she got the iceberg wedge with hickory smoked chicken but no nuts because she’s allergic. the guy in the red on the other end got a burger medium rare with bacon, hold the onion, with salad on the side, the sunday before memorial day weekend. that older guy with the white shirt & green tie, i haven’t served him since january, but when i did, it was a monday, & he got the banh mi with poutine fries on the side because he hadn’t eaten all day. i promise, i’ve got you. i take food too seriously to mess it up.’

he was like ‘ok, i trust you now.’

mic frickin drop.

anonymous asked:

Mr Trump, how do you celebrate your birthdays?

I throw this huge party. Absolutely massive. All these celebrities and family members and movie stars are there. Very exclusive, very hard to get into. Every year I serve caviar, deviled eggs, hickory smoked ham, smoked salmon, and pumpkin pie for dessert. All of it is prepared by some of the best chefs in the world, and let me tell you something folks… The food is to die for. Believe me, it’s the best meal you’ve ever had in your life. So good.

Then, after everybody’s had dinner and a few $500 drinks we all pile into my sold 24k golden shower and have a giant orgy

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Sam isn’t quite sure when he became the literal embodiment of Steve Rogers’ impulse control, but it’s starting to get a little ridiculous.


For all the time that Sam and Steve spend together, they’re not in each other’s pockets 24/7. Sam is currently at Starbuck’s, waiting for his latte. Steve is, last that Sam knew, out on a routine mission. The kind of in-and-out lackluster D-list villain thing that Steve could probably handle blindfolded.

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Meat, Egg, and Dairy Alternatives

Meat Substitutes

Below are just some of the faux meat products available at many supermarkets, health food stores, and co-ops. Some grocery chains, such as Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market, also offer store-brand options.

 Hot Dogs

Cincinnati Chili Dog by Field Roast

The Cincinnati Chili Dog by Field Roast

Cedar Lake  Deli Franks, Tofu Links, Tofu Franks

Field Roast Frankfurters

Lightlife  Smart Dogs, Smart Dogs Jumbo, Tofu Pups

SoyBoy  Not Dogs, Vegetarian Franks

Tofurky  Hot Dogs, Jumbo Hot Dogs

Yves  Meatless Hot Dog, Meatless Jumbo Dog, The Good Dog, Tofu Dog


Gardein Burger

Gardein Burger With Vegan Cheese (via Mike Hipp)

Amy’s Kitchen  All American Burger, Bistro Burger, California Veggie Burger, Quarter Pound Veggie Burger, Texas Burger, Sonoma Veggie Burger, Black Bean Veggie Burger

Beyond Meat  The Beast Burger, Beastly Sliders

Boca  Original Vegan Burgers

Gardein  The Ultimate Beefless Burger and Sliders, Garden Veggie Burger, Chipotle Black Bean Burger and Sliders

Gardenburger  Black Bean Chipotle Veggie Burgers, Veggie Medley Veggie Burgers

Quorn  Vegan Burgers

Sol Cuisine  Burger and Sliders

Yves  Meatless Beef Burgers

Cold Cuts

Sandwich with Tofurky Deli Slices

Sandwich with Tofurky Deli Slices

Field Roast  Thin Deli Sliced Field Roast (Lentil Sage, Wild Mushroom, Smoked Tomato)

Lightlife  Smart Deli (Ham, Pepperoni, Turkey, Bologna)

Tofurky  Deli Slices (Oven Roasted, Peppered, Hickory Smoked, Italian Deli, Bologna Style, Roast Beef Style, Smoked Ham Style, Pepperoni)

Yves  The Good Slice (Ham, Turkey, Salami)


Frontier  Bac’Uns Vegetarian Bits

Lightlife   Smart Bacon, Fakin’ Bacon Organic Smoky Tempeh Strips

Phoney Baloney’s Coconut Bacon

Turtle Island  Smoky Maple Bacon Marinated Tempeh

WayFare  Pig Out Whole Grain Bacony Bits

Yves  Meatless Canadian Bacon


Skillet Pizza with Field Roast Sausage

Skillet Pizza with Field Roast Sausage

Amy’s Kitchen Veggie Sausages

El Burrito  Soyrizo

Field Roast  Apple Maple Breakfast Sausage, Sausage Links (Italian, Mexican Chipotle, Smoked Apple Sage)

Gardein  Breakfast Patties

Lightlife  Gimme Lean Ground Sausage

Sol Cuisine  Veggie Breakfast Patties

SoyBoy  Tofu Breakfast Links

Tofurky  Beer Brats, Italian Sausage, Kielbasa, Artisan Sausage (Spinach Pesto, Chick’n & Apple, Andouille), Breakfast Links, Chorizo Style Ground

Yves  Veggie Chorizo, Meatless Breakfast Patties, Veggie Brats (Classic, Zesty Italian)


Vegan meatballs

Amy’s Kitchen Veggie Meatballs

Beyond Meat  Beyond Beef Meatballs (Swedish, Italian), Beyond Beef Crumble (Beefy, Feisty)

Boca  Ground Crumbles

Field Roast  Classic Meatloaf

Gardein  Home Style Beefless Tips, Classic Meatless Meatballs, Sizzling Szechuan Beefless Strips, The Ultimate Meatless Ground, Home Style Meatless Meatloaf

Lightlife  Gimme Lean Ground Beef, Smart Ground (Original, Mexican)

MorningStar Farms Hickory BBQ Riblets

Nate’s  Meatless Meatballs (Classic, Savory Mushroom, Zesty Italian)

Sol Cuisine  Veggie Crumbles, BBQ Tofu Ribs

Tofurky  Ground Beef Style

Yves  Meatless Ground (Original, Taco Stuffers), Classic Veggie Meatballs

Chicken and Turkey

Beyond Meat  Beyond Chicken Strips (Grilled, Lightly Seasoned, Southwest Style), Beyond Chicken Poppers (Feisty Buffalo, Sesame Ginger), Beyond Chicken Tenders (Homestyle, Southwest Style)

Boca  Chik’n Patties (Original, Spicy), Original Chik’n Nuggets

Butler Foods Soy Curls

Field Roast Celebration Roast, Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute

Gardein  Mandarin Orange Crispy Chick’n, Seven Grain Crispy Tenders, Lightly Seasoned Chick’n Scallopini, Teriyaki Chick’n Strips, Zesty Marinara Crispy Chick’n Filets, Crispy Chick’n Patty and Sliders, Chipotle Lime Crispy Fingers, Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Wings, Savory Stuffed Turk’y with Gravy, Holiday Roast, Lightly Breaded Turk’y Cutlet with Homestyle Gravy

Lightlife  Smart Strips Chick’n

MorningStar Farms Grillers Chik’n Patties

Tofurky  Roast & Gravy

WestSoy  Chicken Style Seitan

Yves   Meatless Chicken Burgers, Meatless Ground Turkey, Veggie Breast in Vindaloo Sauce


Match  Vegan Ground Pork

Gardein  Sweet and Sour Porkless Bites


Sophie’s Kitchen prawns and scallops

Cedar Lake Vegi-Scallops

Gardein  Mini Crabless Cakes, Golden Fishless Filets

Match  Vegan Crab

May Wah   Vegan Tuna, Vegan Squid, Vegan Crab Steak, Vegan Shrimp Roll, Vegan Fish Cake Tempura, Vegan Belt Fish, Vegan Fish Ball

Sophie’s Kitchen Vegan Crab Cakes, Breaded Vegan Scallops, Breaded Vegan Fish Fillets, Breaded Vegan Calamari, Breaded Vegan Shrimp, Vegan Prawns, Breaded Vegan Fishless Sticks, Breaded Vegan Coconut Shrimp, Vegan Smoked Salmon, Vegan Toona (Sea Salt, Black Pepper)

 Worthington Vegetable Skallops

Eggs and Dairy


Ener-G  Egg Replacer (for baking only)

Follow Your Heart VeganEgg

Vegg  Vegan Egg Yolk

(Our cooking section contains more tips on baking without eggs, and our foods glossary has additional info on egg substitutes.)


Califia Farms Almondmilk (Original, Original Unsweetened, Vanilla, Vanilla Unsweetened, Vanilla Protein, Chocolate, Chocolate Protein, Holiday Nog, Barista Blend), Coconut Almondmilk Blend (Toasted Coconut, Chocolate), Horchata with Almondmilk (Classic Cinnamon, Vanilla Coconut)

Eden  Edensoy Soymilk (Original, Vanilla, Chocolate, Carob, Unsweetened Original), Edensoy Extra Soymilk (Original, Vanilla)

Good Karma  Flax Milk (Original, Unsweetened Original, Vanilla), Protein+ Flax Milk (Unsweetened Original, Unsweetened Vanilla)

Silk  Soymilk (Original, Vanilla, Chocolate, Very Vanilla, DHA Omega-3), Organic Soymilk (Original, Vanilla, Unsweetened, Original), Light Soymilk (Original, Vanilla, Chocolate), Almondmilk (Original, Dark Chocolate, Vanilla, Unsweetened Original, Unsweetened Vanilla), Light Almondmilk (Original, Vanilla), Coconutmilk (Original, Vanilla, Unsweetened Original), Almond Coconut Blend (Original, Unsweetened Original), Cashewmilk (Original, Unsweetened Original, Vanilla, Chocolate)

So Delicious  Cashew Milk Beverage (Original, Vanilla), Coconut Milk Beverage (Original, Vanilla, Unsweetened, Chocolate, Mint Chocolate, Nog, Pumpkin Spice, Sugar Free Original, Sugar Free Vanilla), Almond Plus 5X Almond Milk (Original, Vanilla, Unsweetened)

Taste the Dream   Rice Dream Enriched Rice Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original, Vanilla, Chocolate), Rice Dream Organic Classic Original Rice Drink, Rice Dream Horchata, Rice Dream Horchata, Soy Dream Enriched Soymilk (Original, Vanilla) Soy Dream Organic Classic Soymilk (Original, Vanilla), Coconut Dream Coconut Drink (Original, Vanilla, Unsweetened), Almond Dream Enriched Almond Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original), Dream Blends Enriched Almond, Cashew & Hazelnut Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original), Dream Blends Enriched Coconut, Almond & Chia Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original), Dream Blends Enriched Rice & Quinoa Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original), Organic Sprouted Rice Dream Rice Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original), Cashew Dream Cashew Drink (Original, Unsweetened Original)

WestSoy  Organic Soymilk (Original, Unsweetened Original, Unsweetened Chocolate, Unsweetened Vanilla, Unsweetened Almond), Soymilk Plus (Plain, Vanilla), Low Fat Soymilk (Plain, Vanilla), Non Fat Soymilk (Plain, Vanilla), Soy Slender Soymilk (Vanilla, Chocolate, Cappuccino), Chocolate Peppermint Stick Soymilk

ZenSoy  Soymilk (Plain, Vanilla, Chocolate, Cappuccino)


Califia Farms Almondmilk Coffee Creamer (Original, Pecan Caramel, Hazelnut, Vanilla)

Silk  Soy Creamer (Original, Vanilla, Hazelnut), Vanilla Almond Creamer

So Delicious Coconut Milk Creamer (Original, French Vanilla, Hazelnut, Barista-Style Original, Barista-Style French Vanilla)


Earth Balance buttery spread

Earth Balance Natural Buttery Spread (Original, Soy Garden, Olive Oil, Soy Free), Organic Buttery Spread (Original Whipped), Vegan Buttery Sticks, Organic Coconut Spread, Organic Culinary Spread (Sweet Cinnamon, Garlic & Herbs)

Smart Balance Organic Whipped Buttery Spread

Spectrum  Organic All Vegetable Shortening (Original, Butter Flavor)

 Cheese Daiya Foods Shreds (Cheddar, Mozzarella, Pepperjack, Classic Blend), Wedges (Cheddar, Jack, Jalapeno Garlic Havarti, Smoked Gouda), Slices (Cheddar, Swiss, Provolone), Cream Cheese Style Spread (Plain, Chive & Onlion, Strawberry)

Field Roast  Chao Slices (Creamy Original, Tomato Cayenne, Coconut Herb)

GO Veggie!  Rice Vegan Slices (American, Cheddar, Pepper Jack, Mozzarella), Vegan Blocks (Cheddar, Mozzarella), Vegan Shreds (Mexican, Mozzarella), Parmesan Flavor Vegan Grated Topping, Vegan Cream Cheese Alternative (Classic Plain, Chive & Garlic, Strawberry)

 Miyoko’s Creamery Artisanal Nut Cheeses

Teese  Vegan Cheese Alternative (Mozzarella, Cheddar, Creamy Cheddar Sauce, Nacho Sauce)

Tofutti  Soy-Cheese Slices (American, Mozzarella), Better than Cream Cheese (Plain, Nonhydrogenated Plain, French Onion, Herbs & Chives, Garlic & Herb), Better than Ricotta Cheese

Treeline  Artisanal Nut Cheeses

Vegan Gourmet Cheese Alternative Block (Cheddar, Monterey Jack, Nacho, Mozzarella), Cheese Alternative Shreds (Cheddar, Fiesta Blend, Mozzarella), Cream Cheese Alternative

WayFare  We Can’t Say It’s Cheese Spread (Cheddar, Hickory Cheddar, Mexi Cheddar)


Earth Balance Mindful lMayo Dressing and Sandwich Spread (Original, Organic, Olive Oil)

Follow Your Heart Vegenaise (Original, Grapeseed Oil, Organic, Reduced Fat, Soy Free)

Hampton Creek  Just Mayo (Original, Garlic, Chipotle, Sriracha)

Nasoya  Nayonaise (Original, Light, Whipped)

Spectrum  Light Canola Mayo

Sour Cream

Tofutti  Better than Sour Cream (Sour Supreme, Nonhydrogenated)

Vegan Gourmet  Sour Cream Alternative


WayFare  We Can’t Say It’s Sour Cream


Almond Dream  Almond Non-Dairy Yogurt

Amande  Cultured Almondmilk

Nancy’s  Organic Cultured Soy

Silk  Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative

So Delicious   Cultured Coconut Milk, Greek Style Cultured Coconut Milk, Cultured Almond Milk

Ice Cream

Mocha almond bar

Amy’s Kitchen Organic Coconut Milk Cool Scoops (Chocolate, Vanilla, Mocha Chocolate Chip, Mint Chocolate Chip)

Double Rainbow  Soy Cream Pints

Luna & Larry’s   Organic Coconut Bliss (Pints, Bars)

So Delicious Coconut Milk Frozen Desserts (Pints, Minis Sandwiches, Minis Bars), Almond Milk Frozen Desserts (Pints, Minis Sandwiches, Minis Bars), Soy Milk Frozen Desserts (Pints, Quarts, Minis Sandwiches)

Taste the Dream Rice Dream (Pints, Quarts, Bites, Frozen Pies, Bars, Nutty Bars), Soy Dream (Pints, Quarts), Almond Dream (Pints, Quarts, Lil’ Dreamers, Bites, Bars)

Temptation  Vegan Ice Cream

Tofutti   Cuties Sandwiches, Bars, Premium Frozen Dessert Pints, Yours Truly Cones

WayFare  We Can’t Say It’s Ice Cream

Whipped Cream


So Delicious CocoWhip Original Coconut Milk Dessert Topping, CocoWhip Light Coconut Milk Dessert Topping

Soyatoo!  Soy Whip Whippable Soy Topping, Soy Whip Whipped Soy Topping, Rice Whip Whipped Rice Topping

With thanks to Vegan Outreach.

mememic-bry  asked:

Yo Ed! Which Egos do you like hanging out with the most? Also, what's your favourite barbeque? (Meat, style, sauce?) I bet you can grill like no one's business.

Ed points to you. “You, you’re my favorite, Ego or not. Come on over and let Ole Ed show you how it’s done.” (Now you’ve gone and done it.) He walks you over to his grill. It’s quite manly, you’ll note. “Now, if you wanna do barbeque right, you gotta cook it real slow. None of this microwave crap. Get ya some hickory smoke goin’, and cover that puppy in some homemade sauce, my homemade sauce, that is. Cost ya fifteen bucks a bottle, great deal, I swear. And ya let her cook ‘til the meat’s just falling right off the bone. Serve that up with a side slaw and beans, and you’re good to go.” Ed gives you a hearty slap on the back and sends you on your way with a bottle of his famous sauce, free of charge for being the first person to ask him a question.

(Garsh, now I’m hungry…)

anonymous asked:

If you're cool with more headcanon questions, do you have anything else specific to Green in particular?

of course i’m cool with more questions!! i’m always cool with questions send as many as you want!!!

so. (takes cigarette out of mouth) green-specific, you say… beyond the ones i posted previously,,

-he’s one of those people that doesn’t know street names but could totally guide you by landmarks. castle town avenue who? never heard of her. but sure, if you go straight past the flower shop, hang a right at the bakery, two doors past the jewelry store in the first door on the left of that alley, that’s where you need to be!

-despite not technically being a gemstone, if you asked what his favorite gemstone is he’d say pearl. after the whole fighting-valensuela incident in the pyramid, after the adrenaline high and during the subsequent cooldown, he appreciated the beauty of the moon pearl and its immediate association with him is now safety and wholeness and balance.

-he won’t admit it, but he probably knows the name of every single kind of flower in hyrule. he’s a flower kind of guy. he’ll also kick your ass, so don’t think the two are mutually exclusive.

-he’s a huge history buff. like, he’ll go with vio to the library and they’ll spend hours together just looking through historical texts, talking about them and drawing parallels to current times. if you so much as mention the name of any general or war hero since the age of the sky he can immediately rattle off five facts about them, their eye color, their birthday, their complete natal chart, and what they preferred for breakfast each day.

-he won’t admit it to most people, but the legends and folklores are his favorite part of history. the legend of the hero and his rebirth through the ages is something that of course he’s enthralled by, and that’s expected of him, but it isn’t just that. it’s local lore, stuff like the jersey devil and the loch ness monster, little obscure fairytales and legends that he goes hunting for. he retells them around campfires when they’re out on patrols or missions, and everyone loves them.

-one of green’s favorite hobbies is gardening. he likes raising herbs and other small foods the most, because he feels they’re the most useful. he sucks at gardening, though. red and vio secretly help the plants to keep green’s self-esteem up. then when they’re ready for harvest green comes in all proud and says “look red we can use these!” red and vio share a knowing look and congratulate him (and themselves).

-green’s favorite season is autumn. he likes the cool weather and the warm comfortable clothes and the colors of the leaves, and he really likes the smell of castle town in the fall- always baking bread and hot chocolate and hickory smoke. it’s such a cozy, friendly time of year, and also around the time of his birthday.

-he’s probably the most insecure of the links. i’ve seen a lot of people writing about red’s insecurities, his whole thing with being “weak”; yeah, no. green is very aware that of the four (or five, depending) he’s the least… specialized, for lack of a better term. vio is smart, analytical, and levelheaded. blue is strong, loyal, and passionate. red is kindhearted, emotional, and adept at handling magic. shadow, though a chronic bitch, is skilled with magic and tactics, and good at setting up traps and getting into the enemies’ heads. green doesn’t see himself as very special compared to them (but he is, and the others make sure he knows it).

-honestly? he names his weapons. they’re probably all puns.

-ah yes. puns. green’s favorite form of joke. he’s very good at them, to everyone else’s dismay. everything is a pun to him. he makes them in his sleep. occasionally, if he can catch him in the right mood, vio will join in on it. they’re a wordplay force to be reckoned with.

-in any au that anime exists in, green is an anime kid. that “I HAVE THE POWER OF GOD AND ANIME” vine? that’s green. he wears FMA shirts and probably thinks sports animes are accurate representations of real life athletics. nerd.