Ethiopian Berbere stew (lentil stew). It has an amazing deep flavor, with more than 12 different spices in it.
We ate it over brown rice.
Brocolli, green bean, and mushroom stir-fry... with marinated and baked tofu.
[Recipe for tofu here]
I used low-sodium soy sauce, some orange juice, plenty of chopped ginger and garlic, and a tiny dash of sesame oil in the stir-fry. Good stuff.
Plum & peach cobbler... deeeeeeelicious. And the best thing about it? No unhealthy processed fats, oils, or dairy. It sure doesn't taste like it's virtually fat-free though. The crust has all kinds of yummy things in it - agave nectar, soy yogurt, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, vanilla...
Thomas tentatively took a little bite at first. Ten minutes later, the cobbler looked like this:
Nom nom nom.
My resident skeptic [Thomas] liked all of the above foods. The tofu was the only thing he wasn't sure about, just because of the texture. And he looooooooved that cobbler.
*Disclaimer - I didn't follow the recipes that I linked exactly... they just give you an idea. In case you care. :)