Happy Thanksgiving from the talented Izzy of Veganizzm! She made this poppy seed-crusted butternut squash with kale and pomegranates, from “a recipe adapted from My New Roots.” It’s totally beautiful! Click through for Izzy’s recipe and more photos, and check out more of her fancy “Swanksgiving” food.
Happy Thanksgiving from the wonderful people (and their friends and loved ones) of Harvest Home Sanctuary! We love Harvest Home! According to photographer Ian Elwood, “We feasted on an all-vegan banquet of traditional Thanksgiving fare: stuffing, gravy, grilled vegetables, and fruit tart for dessert. We gave thanks in appreciate of the variety of delicious foods we have the privilege to enjoy, while knowing that we do not have to take life to enjoy them.” See more photos on Flickr!
Happy Thanksgiving from Dianne, the Veggie Girl! She made “citrus rosemary sweet potatoes, polenta, sausage and mushroom stuffing, agave and mustard glazed Brussels sprouts, and sweet potato biscuits. All of the recipes are from Nava Atlas’s Vegan Holiday Kitchen. My “turkey” is from a local restaurant called Veggie Heaven.” Beautiful, Dianne. Click through to see more photos of her feast!
Happy Thanksgiving from our pal, the amazing and beautiful Erika Larson! She used Kittee Berns’ Papa Tofu Loves Ethiopian Food for her feast; on the plate are “tomato salad, herbed sweet potatoes, lentils with okra and black bean sausages, and collard greens, all on a bed of injera.” Gorgeous, Erika!
Happy Thanksgiving from Corrie of Brooklyn Bliss! She and her husband made an almost entirely vegan Thanksgiving for their guests, including this artichoke dip from Alicia Silverstone’s The Kind Diet, which looks so good, holy moly. See the rest of their feast at Brooklyn Bliss.
Happy Thanksgiving from Meghan! Her plate is full of “polenta lasagne, garden salad, cabbage boats, green bean casserole, delicata squash, wild rice spinach salad, spanikopita, and green chili Mac-n-cheese casserole!!!”
Happy Thanksgiving from Cadry of Cadry’s Kitchen! She and her loved ones devoured “Seitan and gravy from Vegan Diner, mashed potatoes, steamed green beans, cranberry sauce from Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan, and roasted delicata squash”—her own recipe! Cadry is utterly charming and talented (and very pretty, though of course we love you all for your minds), so go read her blog, already.
Happy Thanksgiving from your Vegansaurus Socialite, Jenny Bradley! I went out to dinner (buffet style!) with the family in the Redwood City area — my choices were limited to spinach salad, roasted asparagus and artichokes, bread, french fries and some grapes. Don’t feel bad for me though; I went to work that morning which means I got to eat all this! (A dinner of elegant vegetables was just what my stomach needed, and they were delicious!) Plus I kind of fancy the way asparagus makes my pee smell. Win-win!
Happy Thanksgiving from reader Elise, who celebrated her 15th Thanksgiving as a vegan this year! Congratulations, Elise! This photo is of roasted brussel sprouts and red grapes with walnuts and thyme, which she says were a big hit.
Happy Thanksgiving from reader Leah! She and her friends had a delicious, homemade, last-minute Thanksgiving feast of stuffed seitan roast, cornbread stuffing, Muhammara, chocolate pudding cake, baked spicy tofu-cranberry-asparagus, apple pie, Brussels sprout-chard salad, sauteed kale, spicy Korean green beans, and mushroom gravy. It looks great, Leah!