Wondering what to cook for thanksgiving dinner this weekend? Here are 5 mouthwatering recipes that will impress everyone veg and non-veg alike.
This gravy is seriously addictive! People “ooo” and “aaah” over it every year. Trust me, it’ll be a hit!
Party Vegan by Robin Robertson also has an awesome recipe for pumpkin pecan pie which I love to make. I like how this recipe from Wholefoods incorporates pecans into the crust. I prefer to top my pie with pecans mixed with maple syrup and melted earth balance for a tasty topping.
As a tofu lover, I find a nice marinated and baked tofu is great on Thanksgiving, but for the traditionalist, Tofurkey offers great animal-friendly options.
This recipe from gluten-free goddess is sweet and satisfying.
This recipe from Post Punk Kitchen will rock your socks.
There you have it! A vegan thanksgiving feast!
I know I wrote about how incredibly kind and social turkeys are last year, but I can’t say it enough… turkeys rock! This thanksgiving, let’s raise a toast to them and how wonderful they are!
Let us also hold a moment of silence for all the turkeys who are slaughtered at this time of year. I’ll never forget the late turkeys of Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, whose joyous spirits and energies touched me on my visit a few octobers ago. Sadly, they died from chest issues as their breasts had become painfully, overwhelming large, something that turkeys bread for meat commonly experience. They were so wonderful and friendly and I will never forget my encounter that fall day.
Late turkeys of Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary
So let’s raise a glass to our fine feathered friends and encourage others to dine with us on incredibly delicious, nutritious, earth-friendly, and animal-friendly thanksgiving meals.