Sweet Musings with a Bitterly Sharp Wit

Wordless Wednesday: I Like Big Buns and I Can Not Lie


Single Amy Burger from Amy’s Drive Through

No No Classic from No No Burger

VHS Sandwich from Analog

The Vegetarian Sandwich (Veganized) from Samovar

Veggie Burger from Super Duper Burger

Tofu Banh Mi from Duc Loi Supermarket


Author: Hannah (BitterSweet)

Author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, Vegan a la Mode, and Easy as Vegan Pie.

16 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: I Like Big Buns and I Can Not Lie

  1. Yummy! I love sandwiches!


  2. me too! and what a great title.


  3. Snorts – love these yummy sammies. XOXO – Bacon
    P.S. I like pig butts and I can not lie. Snorts with piggy laughter


  4. All us comment-ers are doing WORDLESS Wednesday wrong.


  5. Great pics, I wanna get back to Amy’s soon!


  6. Drooling Wednesday, Hannah. Yum!



  7. This post is seriously not fair. lol These pictures are so amazing that I literally want every burger on here! :)


  8. I’ll take all the fries and that No No burger. Yes yes yes!


  9. After wiping up the drool, I’m sad I have not yet eaten any one of those delicious looking items at any of those places. :-(


  10. oh my, I’m hungry now! These look amazing.


  11. Now I really am going to have to stop reading blogs and get some lunch!


  12. I have a question.
    My Girlfriend is a vegan; the problem is – she doesn’t like nuts, seeds, veggie patties, onion, capsicum.
    She’s also on vitamin supplements because her diet is nutritionally unbalanced (due to her dislikes of certain foods).
    So eating with her is always very bland, and beyond forcing her to try new cuisines (Before I met her she had never experienced the vegan side of Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean or Thai foods), what dish would you recommend I introduce to her?
    I know it’s a somewhat subjective question, but any answer at all will help a lot!


    • That is a tough set of preferences to work with! I might suggest trying various curries, since they’re packed full of flavor, and the exact ingredients can be varied based on what you would both enjoy most. Any vegetables work, and you can whip up a simple sauce from coconut milk and either curry paste or powder.


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