I began many years ago, as so many young men do, in searching for the perfect woman. I believed that if I looked long enough, and hard enough, I would find her and then I would be secure for life. Well, the years and romances came and went, and I eventually ended up settling for someone a lot less than my idea of perfection. But one day, after many years together, I lay there on our bed recovering from a slight illness. My wife was sitting on a chair next to the bed, humming softly and watching the late afternoon sun filtering through the trees. The only sounds to be heard elsewhere were the clock ticking, the kettle downstairs starting to boil, and an occasional schoolchild passing beneath our window. And as I looked up into my wife's now wrinkled face, but still warm and twinkling eyes, I realized something about perfection... It comes only with time. - James L. Collymore, Perfect Woman

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Dragon Bowl


* 250 ml natural crunchy peanut butter
* 250 ml water
* 50 ml soy sauce
* 2 garlic cloves (minced)
* 25 ml fresh lemon juice
* 1/2 small can (200 ml) coconut milk
* 25 ml brown sugar
* 45 ml chili hot sauce (or more if you like it spicy!)


* 1/2 package (175g) of tofu (chickpeas, black beans, or tempeh all work)
* 1 litres of seasonal vegetables of your choice, cut into bite sized pieces
* 2 cups of your favorite grain, cooked (quinoa, basmati, or jasmine)
* 1/2 bunch of cilantro, roughly chopped
* oil for sauteing

- In a pot on medium heat, mix peanut butter and water together

- continue to mix until a smooth consistency, watching that you do not burn the peanut butter

- add the rest of the sauce ingredients and continue to cook at a low heat, stirring often for about 20 minutes

- remove from heat and taste to adjust spice if necessary

- in a large pan, saute tofu until the edges get crispy, add vegetables, saute until tender but still crispy, you might need to adda little soy sauce or water for liquid so veggies don't stick to the pan

- add peanut satay sauce and heat until it bubbles

- portion grain out in each bowl and add veggie mixture on top of each

- garnish with cilantro