Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
1 large onion, chopped
6 cups vegetable stock
1 medium butternut squash peeled and seeded. Lawd this part was work!
Cut into 1 inch pieces
Vegan Chickenless Seasoning Salt ( Trader Joe’s). Figure out how much.
Black pepper. The ancestors will tell you how much.
- Heat EVOO in a large pot over medium heat. Add the onion and cook, covered, stirring occasionally, until tender, 6 to 8 minutes.
- Add the squash, Vegan Chickenless Seasoning Salt and black pepper to the pot and cook, stirring, 1 minute. Add the broth, bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer until the vegetables are very tender, 22 – 25 minutes or so.
- Meanwhile, make you an adult beverage and heat oven to 375°F. Toss the reserved seeds with some EVOO, some of the Trader Joe’s Chickenless Seasoning and some salt and black pepper and roast until golden brown and crispy, 10 minutes.
- Using a blender, working in batches purée the soup. Sprinkle with the toasted seeds, cilantro and swirl in the coconut milk.
- Be creative. Add additional flavors if desired.
So I’ve been holding out going to RH Rooftop because the menu seemed underwhelming but today Galie suggested that we go there after Ikea.
The place is stunning. The staff is extraordinary. The food is beautifully plated and delicious too.
Get there. Have your own RH Rooftop Restaurant experience.
Appetite for Change hosted its first Black business market that supported and showcased over 15 small business owners.
It was the perfect sunny day with an added crispiness in the air indicating that Fall is right around the corner.
I was able to support six black businesses with my coins ♥️
Here are a few of the vendors and some yummy plant-based goodies.
Someone from the Black Travel Movement asked for suggestions on things to do in Mpls outside of Mall of America.
Here’s what I posted: July 9, 2019
⭐The reggae festival in Duluth is next weekend.
⭐The Endless Bridge.
⭐Mpls Farmers Market
⭐Mill City Farmers Market
⭐Walk the Stone Arch Bridge
⭐Minnehaha Falls and eat at Sea Salt while you’re there.
⭐Ride the Ferris Wheel at Betty Danger’s.
⭐Check out Lake Nokomis, rent bikes etc
⭐Try vegan soul food at Trio Plant Based
⭐Have a Wonderous Punch or Zombie at The Red Dragon
⭐Crave Rooftop downtown
⭐Seven Rooftop downtown
⭐Breakfast Bar (hookah and cigars on patio)
⭐GoldRoom for dinner and Friday night Happy Hour
⭐Must see the Famous Cherry and The Spoon at The Sculpture Garden
⭐Check our Bunkers or Dakota for live music
⭐Wanna see a stage play or concert, check out The Guthrie, State Theater, Orpheum or Penumbra Theater
⭐ Paisley Park Tour if you’re a Prince Fan
⭐Stop by First Ave, take a photo by Prince Star
⭐Sommerfest at Orchestra Hall
⭐ Electric Fetus for all things music and cool
⭐ Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) 15 works inspired by the fatal shooting of Philando Castile … Now through July 29
⭐ Centennial Lakes in Edina for paddle boating, mini golf and ice skating in winter
⭐ Science Museum of MN for exhibits and films
#minneapolisentreepreneur #thingstodoinmpls #minneapolis #twincities
I often get asked where is the best Happy Hour in the Twin Cities.
My list usually consists of spots that have reasonable prices with great food and bomb drinks.
Today while waiting to attend the movie screening of The Last Black Man in San Francisco at The Walker Arts, I stopped by Esker Grove on the floor level.
The restaurant has a full patio and open window view to the amazingly beautiful and famous Sculpture Garden
I opted for the fried cauliflower $6 and the Zombie Cocktail $6
Let’s chat about the Zombie Cocktail which is normally $12 …
It is loaded with Puerto Rican rum, Jamaican rum and 151 rum. You will only need one and you better drink responsibly. Have a prearranged designated driver because you’ll definitely want to partake in a second one.
Minneapolis Entréepreneur Approved 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Looks are definitely deceiving because this plant based burger from @jselbys tastes way better than it looks. Sorry that I couldn’t capture the cheese that was oozing out 😛😛 ➡️J. LucyThis is their take on the Minneapolis classic Juicy Lucy. A house-made Beyond Burger blend filled with molten melty cheeze and topped with tomato, lettuce, onion & mayo on a whole grain bun.
A must try for meat eaters #meatlessmonday #plantbased
#jselbys #stpauleats #minneapolisentreepreneur #getinmybelly
Friday was my very first time at Que Viet. I’ve always heard they have the best Vietnamese food in MN but I’ve never made my way over there until now.
Every Friday during Lent they are featuring lobster fried rice as a special. **Only at the NE location.
I don’t know what it is about their fried rice. It taste like they grilled it. It has a bit of a smoke flavor. That’s a FANTASTIC thing.
The serving size is enough to share with a friend unless you’re greedy like me.
I was impressed with the amount of lobster in the dish. It was sweet, succulent and not overcooked.
I can’t wait to go back again next Friday😉. I also want to try another dish.
Great service. Great food. Bad parking 😊
It seems like Minneapolis has stepped its vegan game all the way up … from national chains to local restaurants.
Check these out if you’re looking to explore a few new #vegan options.
- Breaking Bread Cafe & Catering
Looking for meatless options at Breaking Bread Cafe and Catering? Their Roasted Veggie Sandwich is the perfect selection with a whole lot of flavor!
- Chipotle Vegan & Vegetarian
Vegan Meat Flatbread
🥰Special thanks to Natalie Morrow and Chef Demarco Cavil for inviting Minneapolis Entréepreneur along with other Bloggers to a private menu tasting of Gold Room Restaurant located downtown Minneapolis.
The menu is superior and every item we sampled was seasoned to perfection. There was no salt and pepper needed and every bite ended with OMG OMG this is incredible‼
Please make sure to add Gold Room to your list of restaurants to visit and support.
Check out the pics and description of each dish specially prepared for us by 👨🏾🍳Chef Demarco.
#minneapolisentreepreneur #goldroommpls #BOB #downtownmpls #supportBOB