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Noah Devereaux
February 9, 2021
“We’re Pandemic Newlyweds Who Can’t Break Out Of Our Vegan Takeout Routine”
Fun, interactive, vegan and vegetarian, at-home dinners ahead.

Hi Infatuation Team! We’re newlywed Brooklynites (hey, hey pandemic wedding!) who are combo-vegan and vegetarian and interested in a fun, interactive Valentine’s Day. Ideally, we’re looking for something that we could pick up or have delivered. Our favorite restaurants: Orchard Grocer, Modern Love, Jajaja

- Lindsay

Noah Devereaux

Congratulations on your wedding, Lindsay! So sorry for missing the Zoom party - you know how Spectrum WiFi can be. I was there in spirit. Anyway...

For a fun, interactive, vegan and vegetarian, at-home dinner, Bunna Cafe’s Ethiopian feast for two is always a good call. It’s completely vegan, comes in a pizza box for optimal travel, and you’ll be able to share seven different stews to eat with some soft injera. Eating with your hands is sexy. That’s simply a fact.

Another idea for dinner that feels like an activity is to order Cocoron’s frozen soba noodle set ahead of time. This Japanese spot is one of our absolute favorite restaurants in the city, and they deliver meal kits everywhere in Brooklyn. Get the vegan mera mera dipping soba broth, a pack of large noodles, some blended spicy seasoning, and maybe some homemade chili oil. When the night comes, heat it up together at home and have a soba dipping party. We’re hoping you own a cauldron for this occasion. Do you own a cauldron?

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