Hi there. I'm starting to post again. A little. At least for VEGAN MOnth of FOod. Posting every weekday is unlikely to happen. But I am definitely going to update much more regularly for October. Expect lots of recipe posts, but for now I'm going to ease into things with a meal that barely required any actual homemade cooking.
Better-than-average store-bought perogi (the kind that proliferate in certain parts of Brooklyn, if you know what I mean--not those frozen Mrs. T's kind) with fried onions and margarine, bratwurst sausage (improvised from the Julie Hasson steamed sausage recipe using the greater quantity of a flat, refrigerated-several-days-after-opening bottle of Zywiec beer), and fancy red cabbage and apple saurkraut of an unpronounable brand-name--really good, and I don't even like saurkraut all that much, typically.
A nice autumn meal that also reminded me of western Pennsylvania, where perogi are a fixture at fall festivals and the like. Consume with a bottle of Yeungling for full effect.