Here they are after I smoked them for awhile in the smoker, and then threw them on the grill machine to get some marks on them. D wanted cheese, so that's why one of these is not like the others :) If you aren't allergic to mushrooms (sorry, Stacy), you really should give these a try. They come together really fast. And, unlike mass produced fake burgers, you can pronounce every single real ingredient. I just left out the liquid smoke from the original recipe since I have a smoker. Next time, I'll try them on the for-real grill.
Here's one all dressed up on a whole wheat English muffin. Those are chickpea fries on the side.
I'm in a no grading zone today, but that will change in a few hours. In the meantime, I've already ordered tomatillo seeds, a few Garden Patch boxes, and booked the trip for the Running of the (NOLA) Bulls. I find that doing things in batches like that helps me get over my tight-wadiness a bit. Like ripping off a band-aid.
I've got other plans for the day--still need to vacuum, mop, take the dogs for a walk, and then I'm going to play in the kitchen, most likely. I've become a big fan of My Vegan Cookbook, lately, and love the rice and oats "sausage". Tonight, I think we're going for these burgers and some chick pea fries on the side. I'll be making bread today, too, and feel a potential cracker baking coming on. Those olive oil crackers I made awhile back sure were good.