This photo is not from an advertisement. My hubby took this pic in our dining room, and these are the actual items my kids gobbled up, minutes later. The Glory Foods brand of sweet cornbread is my 4 year old’s favorite. And while both my girls enjoyed the Turnip Greens, my 2 year old really got her grub on, LOL! These greens taste just like my Grandmother’s used to. However, they are lower in sodium, and vegetarian. No pig fat in the greens? I say AMEN to that!!! You can find Glory Foods in supermarkets all over the U.S. of A. Or check them out at http://www.gloryfoods.com
If you’re looking at this picture right now, I know you must be dying for an ice-cold glass of sweet tea . The Vegan Soul Food version punches up this classic with just the right amount of cinnamon, lemon and orange flavors. On top of that, the tea is sweetened with agave, so you get all the sweetness you need, without the insulin spike. All my husband had to say after drinking this was “More, please!”
This was tasty, and just as Bryant Terry said it would be: ” Crispy on the outside and creamy within.” My 89 year old Father-In-Law declared it good. This was his first time eating tofu. My 4 and 2 year olds liked it as well. If you think you can’t cook tofu, try this recipe.
These are NOT from VSK, but we had them tonight. These are from the Hodgson Mill Cornbread and Muffin Mix. My daughters like the sweet corn muffin mix from Glory Foods. They did not like these…too rough, tough, and grainy. The adult consensus is that they are just okay. I’ll try one of the VSK cornbread recipes in the near future.
This is a great dish. If you cook it Mr. Terry’s way, you’ll have beautiful, bright green, crisp-tender broccoli florets. However, my 2 year old spits out anything that she has to chew too much; therefore I cooked this broccoli until it was right for her.