Dill-Weed Sandwich



The Vegan Stoner's Dill-Weed Sandwich

28 comments:

Lyndzie said...

Yum!

Leah said...

I really love your blog, the illustrations are too cute!

Mike @TheIronYou said...

I just planted dill seeds in my garden...can't wait to have fresh organic dill to make this sandwich!
Peace
Mike

Tor said...

I never tried dill until I had it in laks dressing in Scandinavia - I bet this would be even better with a bit of sweet mustard mixed into the veganaise, if you're not a garlic fan.

Anonymous said...

Is that a dill-weed dealing head of garlic I see? This site is amazing and this sandwich looks quite yummy!

sweetpoppyseed said...

I love your blog!This sandwich looks yummy!!!but I'm fan of seasonal product i will try this sandwich in summer! :((

Laura said...

Looks delicious. I have to try it. Love dill.

icandothefrug said...

I've eaten this for lunch twice over the past few days, and am thinking it's on my lunch menu again tomorrow. It's so simple and easy, but soooo good!

Satin and Souffles said...

I am in love with this blog! Trying these asap!

Misae @ The Detox Shop said...

I got here slightly randomly (I got lucky with it via StumbleUpon) and I'm really glad I arrived - I've missed dill! The last time I had it was when a raw food friend made a faux-fish sunflower pate with kelp and dill. Thanks for the inspiration; I've tweeted it out @thedetoxshop so the next person can get lucky with your site =)

Erin said...

I love how easy this is but how yum this is. <3

Anonymous said...

This was sooooo good. I forgot to "sprinkle with salt", but I'm not sure that would have made much of a difference. Thanks!

Food For Vitality said...

I just found this blog and love it! What a great name and fab recipes.

Kristi Maxwell said...

This is so good with a dirty vodka martini!

Dawn said...

Simple. I love it!

SabineM said...

I just discovered your blog! IT IS AWESOME!!!! are you on Facebook?? I love your pictures, your drawings, your recipes... everything about it is soo pleasing!!!

Helen said...

I'm so happy to discover this blog! just lovely...

Tanita said...

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HeatherL said...

I've made this sammich pretty much everyday since I saw it on here. So simple and yummy!

livelife said...

Thank you soooooo much for posting this recipe. Tried it today and it was delish. I am going to try the pesto pasta for dinner tonight. I love your recipes and the name of your blog. Keep on posting :-)

Miss Bookish Girl said...

Oh my, I made this for lunch today. Absolutely amazing

Ciera said...

Just whipped up some homemade veganaise, can't wait to make this yummy treat!

USA Health Foods said...

Very informative blog. Thanks for the vegan diet recipe. It was really good for healh.

the gluten free cocina said...

loving your illustrations & directions... not to mention the recipes! yowza.

bunso said...

this is the most fun vegan site I've run across! I'll be trying these recipes.

weed said...

Cut bread in quarters. Mix cheese, Good Seasons mix and mayonnaise. Spread on bread quarters. Place cucumber slice on top and sprinkle with dill. Serve cold.

Kate said...

I made this the other day, and while I was making the veganaise, I added spinach and a little extra minced garlic. So delicious! This is definitely my new favorite sandwich. It tastes amazing with coffee. Even my carnivore friends love it!

Anonymous said...

Although theres another ice storm outside, I ate this with a cup of coffee with soy creamer and it was so wonderful !!! How could something so simple taste sooo darned good. It helps to use a good quality organic 21 grain bread, it really ups the sophistication level. Going to tell everyone about this recipe and this blog. Super Yummm !!!!

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