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12/01/2013

The Germans don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but funnily enough, they have a word for it: Erntedankfest (literally “Harvest gratitude festival”). For the past three years I have been sharing one of my favorite holidays with a few American friends also in Berlin, as well as bringing the Germans (and other foreigners) in on this tasty (vegan) secret.
This year’s menu consisted of:
Seitan Roast Stuffed with Shiitakes and LeeksCaramelized Onion-Butternut Roast with ChestnutsMashed PotatoesMashed Spiced Sweet PotatoesApple, Sausage, and Sage Sourdough StuffingBaby Bok Choy with Crispy Shallots and Sesame SeedsBrussel SproutsPumpkin Coconut SoupCrustless Pumpkin PieShe’s My Cherry Pie

The Germans don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but funnily enough, they have a word for it:¬†Erntedankfest¬†(literally “Harvest gratitude festival”). For the past three years I have been sharing one of my favorite holidays with a few American friends also in Berlin, as well as bringing the Germans (and other foreigners) in on this tasty (vegan) secret.

This year’s menu consisted of:

Seitan Roast Stuffed with Shiitakes and Leeks
Caramelized Onion-Butternut Roast with Chestnuts
Mashed Potatoes
Mashed Spiced Sweet Potatoes
Apple, Sausage, and Sage Sourdough Stuffing
Baby Bok Choy with Crispy Shallots and Sesame Seeds
Brussel Sprouts
Pumpkin Coconut Soup
Crustless Pumpkin Pie
She’s My Cherry Pie

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