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vegetarian and vegan options at Dos Perros

From: Leslie
Sent on: Thursday, August 5, 2010 12:30 PM
I just wanted to pass along this menu info for the Dos Perros meetup on 8/8. Not very many group members have RSVP'd yet. I'm hoping a few more folks will sign up -- Dos Perros is a great new restaurant and they are really going out of their way to be veg-friendly! I've eaten there before, and everything is fresh and delicious. I hope you'll consider joining us for dinner there this Sunday.

Menu info:

In addition to the regular menu, on Sundays Dos Perros offers a special vegetarian 3-course meal for $20.

Menu details: they change the menu each month, so this month's new vegetarian dishes are as follows:

For apps, the cactus salad, plantain fritters, empanadas, guacamole will remain. In addition to that, they are adding a chilled watermelon soup with pickled watermelon rind and mint

The entrees will be as follows:
vegetarian chile relleno with black bean puree
Mole poblano of soy "chicken" and veggies with black beans and rice
Local corn tortitas with roasted zucchini puree and queso Oaxaca.

These are all things that people can order a la carte.

the 3-course menu will be:

Salad of ambrosia melons, jicama, and home-grown purslane with chile arbol and citrus

local corn and masa fritters with field peas, tomatillo, and Oaxacan cream

Soy "barbacoa" enchiladas with red sauce

That will cost $20 per person and can be made vegan by simply omitting the cream on course 2 and cheese on course 3 (both of which are put on top rather than cooked into their respective dishes).

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