I consider myself fortunate to live in Dallas, with a bounty of fabulous eateries mere minutes from my apartment. So on a busy day, when there’s no time to cook a gourmet meal, I can still eat well by dining in one of these vegan-friendly establishments.
Among the aforementioned restaurants is Genghis Grill, an omnivorous place that also offers a vegan feast. Eating at the Genghis Grill is quite an interactive process: You go up to the food bar with your bowl, which you then fill, selecting from myriad raw veggies (they have tofu, as well). Then you pour on your sauce and seasonings of choice—teriyaki, bbq, coconut curry, marinara, whatever your mood dictates! Now it’s time to relinquish the bowl to the cook and tell him/her that you want it “vegetarian”. You can watch, first-hand, as he or she thoroughly cleans and sections off a space on the grill (and fetches clean cooking utensils, to boot!).
Here’s my finished product, with a side of brown rice :o).
My internet’s finally up-and-running… I will catch up on all your blogs in the next few days!