I did manage to snap a quick photo of my meal out at Psycho Suzi's with Ann and Michelle last night. They both gave me crap for taking a picture of our dinner, but they'll get used to it. :)
The great thing about Psycho Suzi's is it's so trashy, it's awesome. Dark, dank, biker-tiki-bar atmosphere, with awesome pizza and crazy appetizers, drinks that light on fire, and beer and cider in cans. We ordered onion rings and tater tots to start, and then a white pizza with tomatoes, spinach, and artichokes. (Hmm . . . I think it's official title is "The Fastback.") Unfortunately, our tots and rings arrived at the same time as our pizza, which did help with the photography purposes, but made for an interesting meal. ;-) Our rings were also significantly overcooked -- dark brown and ultra-crispy (not really a good thing,) and the service was painfully slow. Usually, we have an excellent time at Psycho Suzi's . . . last night was definitely an exception to the rule. (And P.S. I did not eat vegan. They don't have soy cheese, although I'm sure they'd make a cheese-free pizza.)
Next, my lunch today! Barbecued tofu, whole-wheat couscous (with a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil and a pinch of salt,), and a big salad of romaine, baby carrots, grape tomatoes, red wine vinegar, and extra-virgin olive oil. Chai (made with rice milk) to drink, and a chunk of Green and Black's chocolate for dessert (not pictured.) Yum.
I did not plan ahead, so I made "emergency BBQ Tofu" instead of my regular version, which involves pressing and marinading the tofu for several hours. I sliced & blotted the tofu, pan-fried it in a bit of canola oil, blotted off the excess oil, tossed the slightly crispy strips in barbecue sauce, and called it lunch. I think I might like this version even better than the labor-intensive one . . . !