vegetarian and vegan football eats, and I thought it would be fun to see what I eat on game days throughout the 2012 season.
Last week, I went to Rhino, which is DC's Eagles fan HQ. They've changed up their menu (though the website doesn't reflect it), and added a veggie burger that's made with grains veggies and black beans. It's a bit dry and was lacking garnish, so if I order it again, I'll remember to ask for some fixins and douse it in ketchup.
Today, since the Eagles are televised and we're headed to Erev Rosh Hashanah services right after the game, I'm at home and thus able to prepare my own football food. Since last week's burger was lackluster, I decided to prepare my own.
Quorn now has a vegan burger. It's soy free and the texture isn't bad. Husband was in the kitchen and helped prepared my lunch (it is unwise for me to be near hot ovens and sharp knives unsupervised during an Eagles game), and he thought that it smelled like barbeque. I topped the burger with daiya, and garnished it with raw kale, grape tomatoes, red onion and german mustard. Since our local market didn't have good vegan whole grain bun options, I ate it on Spring Mill Bread Company whole grain bread.
For a side, I tried Alexia Organics Salt and Pepper Crinkle Fries. I was happy with the seasoning level and didn't feel the need to add any additional salt.