Monday, September 28, 2009

Bees, Baby Boots, and Bibimbop!

Much to my chagrin, flowers and bees in the yard today were heedlessly disrupting the autumnal mood I'm trying to hold on to. As was the ninety-something degree weather. Sigh.


These boots got broken out a little late, on what was the first sunny day in a few. But it was still pretty muddy out and this is when I realized they fit her, and they looked too cute on to resist.

After extolling the greatness of chicken stock in my last post, here is a dish for (most) everyone. It is both vegan and gluten-free (as long as a wheat-free soy sauce is used), and it's absolutely delicious. It is my version of these recipes, all put together (as suggested). (Just a note, "bibimbop" is one of the parts to it, which also appears to be commonly spelled "bibimbap.")

The spicy miso sauce is so good, I love it, and it was the easiest part of the recipe (really, really easy--took just a few minutes). I will definitely be making it again and again, for this dish and as a basic stir-fry topping, and perhaps for other things as well. I actually had only the teeniest bit of brown rice vinegar left when I made it, so I made up the difference with mirin, which I think worked out fine. I was so pleased with this meal. So tasty and healthy!

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