What’s Cooking for Thanksgiving?

by Robin on November 5, 2009

in VegNews Magazine

Is it just me, or is this year really flying by at record speed? I can’t believe Thanksgiving is only three weeks away. If you’re not sure what to make for Thanksgiving dinner, I’ve got some ideas to tell you about.

I already know what I’m making, and you can read all about it (and see a photo) at Vegan.com where I share my menu and recipes for the entire meal. Many of the recipes this year are from 1,000 Vegan Recipes, including Seitan en Croute with Madeira Sauce and Rum-Spiked Sweet Potatoes with Pomegranate Pecans).

For even more holiday dinner options, consider ordering a copy of A Bountiful Vegan Thanksgiving, an e-book compiled by Nava Atlas. It’s filled with holiday recipes contributed by several cookbook authors and bloggers. It includes my recipe for Thyme-Scented Sweet Potatoes with Black Olives and Garlic. Nava is donating profits from this e-book to charities concerned with global women’s issues and world hunger.

Wait, there’s more… The editors at VegNews Magazine have just published their Holiday Cookie Collection. This little e-book is filled with all the flavors of the holiday season, from gingerbread and Chocolate-Orange Macaroons, to Pecan Pie Truffles and Candy Cane Whoopie Pies. (The e-book also includes my recipe for White Chocolate Oatmeal Spice Cookies.)

With all these options available, there’s no excuse for not making a great vegan Thanksgiving feast at your house and goodies throughout the holiday season.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Babette November 6, 2009 at 6:14 pm

I saw your book 1,000 Vegan Recipes at the store yesterday. Oh my God it is so huge! The layout is very appealing too, with several recipes on each page!

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2 Raising Seven Vegans November 6, 2009 at 7:44 pm

I just found your blog and am enjoying reading it. It's a shame we don't celebrate Thanksgiving where I live!

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3 Jenny November 9, 2009 at 7:41 pm

This looks beautiful. My husband and I do something different every year, always vegetarian, and I think this year we are going with native american dishes. Last year was Moroccan veggie filled pastries!

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