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That's a problem you need to fix asap.http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2009/jan/10/new-vegetarian-yotam-ottolenghi (swiss chard stew)http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2007/apr/07/foodanddrink.shopping5 (shakshuka)http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/series/thenewvegetarian (all the other stuff)
Do you have Plenty? You'll find plenty in there that she'll like. For veggies, have a look at Passard's videos at Le Point which I've posted a while ago, or do something else from plenty to stay on course with the rest of the meal. The aubergine topped with minced lamb/cinnamon/etc from Jerusalem is great too. But seriously, the swiss chard/tamarinde stew is great.
It'd be helpful if you told us what your (soon to be) gf and you like, food-wise. There's so much stuff out there, ranging from gambas al ajillo to frittata, boquerones en vinagre, albondigas, tons of salad--middle-eastern, italian, french, spanish (like Ottolenghi's cauliflower/hazelnut/celery/pomegranate/maple syrup/.. salad, tabbouleh, salade nicoise,...)--, regular "antipasti", etc. Also, soup! You could make the swiss chard stew from Ottolenghi. Or minestrone. Or...
Bonator Doppelbock. Delicious.
Skull Splitter by Orkney Brewery is absolutely delicious. Perfectly balanced liquorice notes.
Ottolenghi's codcakes. Yummy. And Tiramisù.
So delicious. Also had a bottle of Gerardo Mendez Blanco Albariño do Ferreio '13 today. A bit acidic but pretty good.
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