Do you ever have those days when you really need to go to the grocery store, but for whatever reason, you can't? I'm having one of those weeks! Since moving back to Michigan, Hubbs and I have had to buy a car to get around, which has definitely been an investment (but such a freeing one!), so we have only been able to afford one for the time being. It has worked very well for us, especially since both of my parents and my younger brother work within a couple miles of each other downtown, so it's easy to get a ride. For one reason or another this week, it has not worked out that I am able to take the car and go shopping. Hubbs has never liked grocery shopping, so I always go. Which is totally fine since I always have fun shopping. Needless to say, since we haven't been shopping in a couple weeks (just getting a couple random ingredients from the coop here and there), we just have a couple fresh ingredients, though lots of pantry and frozen items. That is how this meal came about. I baked a package of firm tofu, boiled some potatoes, made a nutritional yeast gravy, tossed the baked tofu in some spicy bbq sauce and served it with some steamed frozen peas. It was simple and tasty. Now we basically just have a half of a head of green and red cabbage and a couple other random fresh ingredients. I think I'll make a tasty stir-fry with edamame (frozen) and some black sesame seeds. Yum!