for the ‘Menu’ Category
Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
It’s world vegan bake sale week – yes, a whole week dedicated to vegan cakes – and some of us figured we should participate. So we’re making sure the cake fridge is even more full than usual. (And I’m having cake for breakfast).
What an exciting array of treats ready to be devoured!
- Tiramisu cupcakes
- Chocolate cheezecake
- Coconut cupcakes
- Blueberry lemon cupcakes
- Chocolate cake
- Banana and fig muffins (gluten-free)
- Date brownies
- Cheeze skonz (gluten-free)
Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
Wednesday: Today we leave the icy climes of Europe for the sunny shores of Thailand. Many Thai restaurants use fish sauce in their dishes and curry pastes. So come and safely sample some delicious vegan food from Siam… this Wednesday only at Pogo Cafe.
- Spring rolls
- Fake-fish cakes
- Pad Thai
- Red Curry with chik’n, cashews, pineapple and broccoli
- Mixed vegetable peanut satay
- Ginger and lemongrass cream cake
- Banana pudding
- Lime mousse
Sunday, November 28th, 2010
This Wednesday 1 December, Pogo continues its weekly travels around the world. First stop was Italy and this week we visit the notoriously non-vegan friendly cuisine of France! Stop in to sample our veganisation of classic French dishes.
- French Onion Soup
- Salade Nicoise
- Mixed bean Cassoulet
- Seitan Bourguignon
- French Fries
Plus, a gorgeous French patisserie.
Come and eat well!
Sunday, November 21st, 2010
We miss our regular customers from Wednesdays, so we decided to make a special Italian menu for you next Wednesday, 24 November.
- Minestrone soup
- Italian salads
Come and join us!
Wednesday, January 13th, 2010
Yes, that’s right folks, we still can’t do burgers. Heartbreaking for die-hard burger fans, wonderful fun for me, because I get to cook lots of other stuff and make up my own whole menu!! Wow!
K, so tomorrow we’ll have:
Sweetcorn and potato fritters, with cucumber relish and salads.
Dublin Coddle (yep!) served with brown soda bread and cabbage. (Coddle is a stew made with sausage, potatoes and bacon. Comfort food!)
Pizza! Not sure what to put on it yet. Served with wedges and salad
Sausage sandwiches! A definite contender for those who REALLY WANTED A BURGER!! Sauces, both brown and red, shall be available for adorning said sandwiches.
Spiced beetroot and black bean stew, served with rice and salad.
Red pepper and cashew soup (rather smoky and fancy tasting I reckon)
Nachos are back, albeit probably without guacamole, due to all the avocadoes in the vicinity being hard as rocks. It’s not exactly the season for them. So they will have bean dip, salsa, cheezly and sour ‘cream’ on top.
Faboo…see you tomorrow loveys!
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
Bonjour mes petits amis!
Tomorrow I will ‘ave for you…
Nothing particularly French, sorry if that was misleading.
Pizza! I’m not sure what I’ll put on it yet, but all pizza is awesome, so…
An autumnal plate with buckwheat grain, mushrooms, squash, tofu and hopefully some greens if we get some nice ones in.
Dahl Makhani, creamy tasty Indian goodness.
Cakes aplenty as usual!
Come round and see us!
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009
Kay, so I plan to make a lovely lasagne with aubergine and perhaps some lentils.
A parsnip and beetroot soup. Woo! Winter veg is back! Ooh, sorry…autumn. Yes. Autumn.
A peanutty-tomatoey squash and black bean stew.
And potentially, if a certain chef won’t be upset that I am stealing his nommy wrap idea…a tortilla wrap filled with tofu and tandoori mayo and cruncy lettuce.
Seeyis all tomorrow.
Saturday, October 3rd, 2009
Breakfast tomorrow will be MUCH better than breakfast last week, I promise!! Ok there was nothing strictly wrong with breakfast last week but a few kitchen disasters made it fall below my standards, and I hate when that happens. So this week the Angel breakfast will be saladtastic and you’ll all love it.
In other important Sunday related news, the co-op have talked about it, and we’ve decided it’s better for everyone if we work in a break in service from the kitchen on Sundays between 4 and 5 pm. Depending on what’s happening in the kitchen this happens quite a lot anyway, but surely it’s more annoying if customers are expecting to be able to get food at 4 and then can’t, than if we say that forevermore the kitchen will be closed for that hour? You will still certainly be able to get tea and coffee and anything else the Front of House has to offer.
See you bright and early tomorrow!
Tuesday, September 15th, 2009
Has a cool name. And I’m making it tomorrow. And it will be tasty. There will also be dumplings to be had with the rice dish, and some tasty sauce.
I will quite probably make a shepherds pie and some gravy containing stout to go with it.
I’m contemplating pizza, but there’s no guarantee folks!
Tuesday, September 8th, 2009
Hello there folks, this is the Wednesday preview:
Korean stew with tofu, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, beansprouts and kimchee.
Lentil, mushroom and cashew cakes, served with tomato and onion jam.
Aaaaaaaaand, some kind of tart/pie thingymajig as yet undecided.
Cakes! There has been baking today, and the baking it did produce a rather lovely carrot loaf with cardamom & lemon icing. A raspberry cheesecake, and some peanut butter oatmeal cookies.
You should DEFINITELY come and eat.
Oh! And volunteer! Cos we are pretty stretched for staff right now, so if you’ve been thinking about it, now’s the time!