The title of this post is in honor of the 4th Anniversary of the "More Hip Than Hippie" show - a free podcast about green living with over 225 episodes under their belt. If you're looking to learn more about sustainability without being bored, episode one is a great place to start.
After walking and listening to said podcast this afternoon, I snacked on some fresh figs -
The one on the right was uber ripe and sweet. On the left, not so much.
I listened to a relaxation tape, did some blog reading, and got to work on dinner. Well, it really wasn't much "work." I let the oven take the wheel tonight, at 350 degrees. First, I scrubbed and pierced some sweet potatoes and threw them in. After half an hour, I flipped them over and opened this package:
On top of a sprayed baking sheet, I split the tempeh block in two and added a tablespoon of Trader Joe's Island Soyaki Sauce to each half.
Next to the tempeh went half a package of frozen broccoli florets with some olive oil, salt and pepper. About 25 minutes later it was all done diddly done.
I'd say it tasted more hippie than hip.
For dessert, a slice of leftover Blondie Bread:
And a calcium chew with a tootsie pop.
Thank you all for your comments and suggestions about baked goods - I can't wait to try them in future trials....and to answer your question, Diane, I got the Dr. Oetker box mix from Whole Foods.
Check out my guest post at Ashley's site! (Thanks for the feature!)Joy Osmanski guest star on "Better Off Ted" tonight!
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