Thursday, November 18, 2010
For a few years in a row, I've been happy to host a vegan Thanksgiving party at my house. While everyone else was devouring turkey, my animal-friendly friends and I savored Cornmeal Crusted Tofu Cutlets with Crimini Mushroom Gravy, Wild Rice Stuffing, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Acorn Squash with Pecan Praline, Oven Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Fresh Cranberry Sauce, Gingered Winter Vegetable Bisque... and a delectable array of seasonal desserts.
If you're inspired to host a vegan feast of your own (or just want to come up with one darn good recipe to share with family and friends), I hope this post will help. Below are a few websites that offer creative ideas for the holidays. Why not let them be your inspiration for starting new compassionate holiday traditions this year?
A Feast by Robin Robertson - I always return to her book, Vegan Planet, for ideas. It never ceases to inspire me, as this Thanksgiving Menu surely will for you.
Host a Holiday - Some lovely gourmet recipes for hosting a vegan holiday from Taste for Life.
Celebrate a Vegan Thanksgiving - VegCooking.com is a great source for recipes, nutrition
information, environmental issues and tons of pretty pictures. Great ideas for the
A Bountiful Vegan Thanksgiving - Lovely website by Nava Atlas with a special
Thanksgiving Themed menu that you can browse for ideas or order as an e-book.
Gentle Thanksgiving - An entire website devoted to just that. Pretty cool!
Thanksgiving O'Rama - Here's a great Thanksgiving site from the people who publish VegNews magazine.
How to Host a Vegan Thanksgiving - It may take a little planning, but how cool would this be? You're in control! SO cool!