So I've basically been eating soup the past few days: a concoction of veggie stock, green cabbage, red bell peppers, and baby bella mushrooms. Sprinkle on a little nutritional yeast and you've got yourself a tasty, filling meal.
What you see on the right, however, is a curry-spiced soy chorizo (props to Trader Joe's for that stuff!) with garlic and green bell peppers. I'm not so good with recipes, so it's kind of a "dump stuff in pot, add some spices, see if it tastes good" deal. . .and success! It's a little spicy, but with a glass of soy milk it's a good kick.
As a side, I blanched and roasted some brussels sprouts. The brown stuff on them is worcestershire sauce, and they're also topped with basil and lemon pepper. I was experimenting, but they turned out pretty good! Now I have leftovers for the next couple of days until it's time to cook again.
Disclaimer: Yes, I am well aware that worcestershire sauce is not vegan (it has anchovies for those wondering). Yes, I've decided I can live with that. Also, I don't hold myself out to be a chef of any kind-- just someone who likes to experiment with food and spices.
Now all I need to do is the dishes. . .bummer.