Tuesday, November 21, 2006

What do vegetarians eat on Thanksgiving?

I get this question A LOT, so I thought I'd inform all of y'all what I'll be eating tomorrow.

A bunch of these:
(Stuffed mushrooms made by mom)

Stuffed acorn squash made by moi

And some sort of mashed sweet potatoes made by Brian.
Yum, yum, yum!

Happy Thanksgiving to veggie-heads and turkey-eaters alike!

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Kim G. said...

YUM! Looks great! Enjoy the day and the special blessings of being with family.

Take care!

Star said...

Found you through Becca. Your meal looks wonderful; we are vegetarian also. Today will hold simple fare that my non-vegetarian family will eat (tater tot casserole, green bean casserole, yams, etc.)

Thanks for a glimpse into your Thanksgiving.

TI said...

Looks good. I didn't know that you were a veggie too. Happy tofurkey day! Business as usual north of the border.

January said...

What, no Tofurky? Happy TG, my dear!

GoGo said...

Eating vegeatarian brings out the pallette, I say. The joy of eating becomes exponential simply because the food taste great, the colors are divine, and the food is healthy...sometimes.

Your dishes looked great!

DJPare said...

That all looks good - it really does, but give me meat with it!

Brian said...

No, it was I who made the stuffed mushrooms! n'yom, n'yom, n'yom.

what do vegetarians eat said...

I never had a problem at thanksgiving. I could eat stuffing and pumpkin pie year round! It's just a hassle reminding my family not to put bacon in the brussels sprouts.