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Another post from me so soon?
Well, I wanted to continue to keep up with the demand that I post more pictures of my meals. (This does not mean I’m going to be posting everything I eat every day. I’m impressed by the bloggers who do so, but I just don’t have anywhere near enough time!)

Thanks to my Vitamix, and thanks to Bryanna Clark Grogan (vegan chef extraordinaire), I enjoyed a delicious Pasta Alfredo for dinner last night.

I can’t post the sauce recipe, since it’s in one of her cookbooks. But I CAN tell you that every recipe of Bryanna’s I’ve ever made has turned out deliciously well.

(Pasta Alfredo with green beans and a side of Portabella mushrooms sautéed with Worcestershire sauce)

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. Alice (in Veganland) says:

    Nice meal! I love the green note given by the green beans. But I’m more intrigued by the mushrooms, they look great!

  2. CeciLiA says:

    Hi Katie, I think Bryanna posted her vegan alfredo sauce on her blog before … but I’m not sure if this is the one, here’s the link:

    On the other hand, your pasta looks EXTREMELY creamy and yummy … oh gosh!! you got me craving for pasta here!!!!

  3. Chandra (Eating to Live) says:

    Mmmm, pasta… with that vegan alredo sauce, that dinner looks amazing. You know when I was little I used to eat big bowls of pasta for *breakfast*?! Hehehe

    And I loved your previous yam post! Made me think of Thanksgiving 😀

  4. shellyfish says:

    Yum, yum, double yum! Great way to add some green to a beige meal!

  5. Katy says:

    That alfredo looks great, but those mushrooms look FABULOUS!!!

    Yay for Vita-Mix!

  6. Emma says:

    mmmm pasta- my favourite! That sauce looks delicious and the mushrooms are a great idea for a side dish!

  7. Cody says:

    Alfreeeedo. Yummy. I still haven’t managed to attempt any recipe.

  8. every gyms nightmare says:

    hmmm never thought of putting greenbeans in alfredo.

    i love that you are eating with chopsticks. and ive never had protabella as a side, I always make sandwhiches out of them. but i DO always use Whorsteekjdfljkn sauce on them (im not even going to try and spellthat.)

  9. Healthy eating blog says:

    that……..looks………………delish! i wanted to REMIND you that im STILL waiting for “katie’s vegan cooking and bakery” to open! your meals look SO GREAT on picture, now, i want to see them on plate! (if that makes ANY sense!?)

  10. Danielle says:

    What a balanced, simple, and delectable meal you have there! It’s so nice to finally see you eating 😉

    haha, obviously.

  11. Caroline says:

    that look’s so good. i love bryanna – she is the most inventive vegan chef…
    which cookbook is that sauce recipe from?

  12. Latayy says:

    i just did a similar recipe in my blog
    check it out

  13. Ricki says:

    We can never have too many or too frequent posts from you 🙂

    Yummy meal! I’ve heard only good things about Bryanna’s recipes.

  14. The Lazy Vegan says:

    You’ve inspired me! I’m gonna have to have alfredo tomorrow for dinner, and I think I’ll have mushrooms with it too.

  15. mad about udon says:

    Yum! This looks like a winner, for sure. Way to go, Bryanna and Katie!

  16. Lauren says:

    Yum! Your meal looks great.. I’ve been cravvvving a good vegan alfredo dish!

  17. Lisa says:

    Yum! Portobello sauteed in worchestershire sauce? Really? Oh my, that sounds delish. Gotta try it.

  18. Nikki Douglas says:

    Oh yummy. I love your vita-mix. That will be my next big expenditure.

  19. Aimee says:

    I need to find that Vegan Worcestershire sauce because I love Portabella mushrooms but usually just stick to marinating them in balsamic or red wine vinaigrette dressing and grilling them.