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01/04/2011

Reader Megan B. made vegan Christmas Eve dinner for her family for the first time! On her plate, from left: wild rice stuffing with cranberries and walnuts in a roasted portabella cap; twice-baked baby potato with asparagus spears; grilled polenta cake topped with wilted kale; and caramelized butternut squash. In the background is a Field Roast en croute, fresh cranberry sauce, and cashew gravy.
Megan B. has an extremely lucky family, you guys.

Reader Megan B. made vegan Christmas Eve dinner for her family for the first time! On her plate, from left: wild rice stuffing with cranberries and walnuts in a roasted portabella cap; twice-baked baby potato with asparagus spears; grilled polenta cake topped with wilted kale; and caramelized butternut squash. In the background is a Field Roast en croute, fresh cranberry sauce, and cashew gravy.

Megan B. has an extremely lucky family, you guys.

01/03/2011

This is Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian VEGAN!’s new year’s stew! The recipe calls for collard greens, black-eyed peas, pearl onions, and turnips with a bunch of savory herbs—if it tasted anywhere near as good as it looks, it must’ve made quite a delicious dinner!

This is Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian VEGAN!’s new year’s stew! The recipe calls for collard greens, black-eyed peas, pearl onions, and turnips with a bunch of savory herbs—if it tasted anywhere near as good as it looks, it must’ve made quite a delicious dinner!

01/02/2011

Ryann of My Whole Deal made SO MUCH FOOD over the holidays—if only we could show you all the photos she sent. These adorable mushrooms were stuffed with black-eyed peas and collard greens, and seem like the perfect way to get your good-luck new year’s food.

Ryann of My Whole Deal made SO MUCH FOOD over the holidays—if only we could show you all the photos she sent. These adorable mushrooms were stuffed with black-eyed peas and collard greens, and seem like the perfect way to get your good-luck new year’s food.

It’s vegan pozole by Martha of Mi Vida Vegan! More veganized family traditions—and this one with a recipe! It looks super-good, right? I will take two bowls post-haste.

It’s vegan pozole by Martha of Mi Vida Vegan! More veganized family traditions—and this one with a recipe! It looks super-good, right? I will take two bowls post-haste.

Red velvet and golden vanilla cupcakes: from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, by Melissa the Vegenista! Love the golden sugar!

Red velvet and golden vanilla cupcakes: from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, by Melissa the Vegenista! Love the golden sugar!

Daelyn of This Dish Is Veg had a great big family dinner, with a seitan roast, mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, French bread, and apple and pumpkin pies—all homemade, and all looking delicious!
[Are you making something special for new year’s? Send us a photo!]

Daelyn of This Dish Is Veg had a great big family dinner, with a seitan roast, mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, French bread, and apple and pumpkin pies—all homemade, and all looking delicious!

[Are you making something special for new year’s? Send us a photo!]

Elizabeth made a new year’s fireworks cupcake!

Elizabeth made a new year’s fireworks cupcake!

12/31/2010

Reader Devin “finally tried a recipe from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World,” which effort resulted in this chocolate cupcake with chocolate mousse frosting and a blackberry topping! Devin says “it came out fantastic, and the omnivore family members loved it!” It is one adorable cupcake!
[Are you making something special for new year’s? Send us a photo!]

Reader Devin “finally tried a recipe from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World,” which effort resulted in this chocolate cupcake with chocolate mousse frosting and a blackberry topping! Devin says “it came out fantastic, and the omnivore family members loved it!” It is one adorable cupcake!

[Are you making something special for new year’s? Send us a photo!]

This is reader BW’s plate from Christmas day! BW says that “Some [dishes were] made by me, some made by family with my input on veganization. Going clockwise, starting at the bottom, is a seitan roulade I made filled with shiitake mushroom and vegan sausage stuffing. Then a huge helping of said stuffing and mashed potatoes covered in Tofurky-brand gravy because it’s easy and yummy. Then collards with tomatoes. Then a ridiculous garlicky beet salad, then a vegan version of this thing called “The Bread” which is basically a decent loaf of bread SMOTHERED in butter or in my case Earth Balance and broiled till it turns into something magical and delicious. In the center is corn!”
Isn’t it lovely when omnivorous families make vegan food for you, freaky hippie meat-forbearing children?
Also, if anyone wanted to make me The Bread sometime, I would NOT turn it down. DANG.

This is reader BW’s plate from Christmas day! BW says that “Some [dishes were] made by me, some made by family with my input on veganization. Going clockwise, starting at the bottom, is a seitan roulade I made filled with shiitake mushroom and vegan sausage stuffing. Then a huge helping of said stuffing and mashed potatoes covered in Tofurky-brand gravy because it’s easy and yummy. Then collards with tomatoes. Then a ridiculous garlicky beet salad, then a vegan version of this thing called “The Bread” which is basically a decent loaf of bread SMOTHERED in butter or in my case Earth Balance and broiled till it turns into something magical and delicious. In the center is corn!”

Isn’t it lovely when omnivorous families make vegan food for you, freaky hippie meat-forbearing children?

Also, if anyone wanted to make me The Bread sometime, I would NOT turn it down. DANG.

Pastafarian Kelly G., her husband, and their animals celebrated ChriFSMas this year with, among other things, “homemade some star-, candy cane-, and bone-shaped pumpkin pie dog biscuits.” Everyone celebrates! Except, says Kelly, Ozzy the cat, who is “on a diet. Plus he’s kinda mean to me.” Cats don’t care about Christmas, though, so it works out.

Pastafarian Kelly G., her husband, and their animals celebrated ChriFSMas this year with, among other things, “homemade some star-, candy cane-, and bone-shaped pumpkin pie dog biscuits.” Everyone celebrates! Except, says Kelly, Ozzy the cat, who is “on a diet. Plus he’s kinda mean to me.” Cats don’t care about Christmas, though, so it works out.

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