Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Happy MoFo!

I've been eagerly awaiting as well as dreading this month. Some things have recently come to light that may consume a lot of my time. BUT, I shall keep my promise and stick to it.

I am coming to you from my bedroom today, with an empty stomach and a freshly cleaned kitchen. I thought I would try something from a cookbook I haven't cracked open yet. Seeing as I built my cookbook collection while still working in the book biz, I have a lot. I could easily use a different cookbook every week, and make at least three things from each. I think that's a reasonable expectation.

My choice for the first week of MoFo is Tofu 1-2-3 by Maribeth Abrams.



I made the Pumpkin Pancakes, which is actually the first recipe in the book. I added walnuts and a little sugar to the batter, and they came out perfectly. I didn't have any maple syrup, so I made a weird Tofutti cream cheese-soygurt-powdered sugar-vanilla sauce,

and then topped the whole thing with berries. I have a ton of leftover batter, so I'll make up more cakes and freeze them. One thing I always forget about pancakes is that I am good for one, and then I am stuffed.

5 comments:

sweetpotato said...

This is a fabulous MoFo post!! Pumpkin pancakes sound too good.

KZ said...

They look delish! Good luck on your MoFo quest

Bex said...

those pancakes look great! show me more.

allularpunk said...

oooh pumpkin pancakes, awesome! and every time i eat pancakes, i'm the same way. one is enough. much like mitch hedberg said...'they sound great at first, but by the end, you're sick of 'em'

Veg-a-Nut said...

Perfect time for pumpkin pancakes!