Many traditional holiday recipes include meat, but you can start new traditions with these vegetarian and vegan holiday recipes and tips.
Earthy wild rice pairs beautifully with sweet chestnuts.
It takes a bit of time, but this is an easy and very delicious recipe for seitan bourguignon, a mock-beef version of the traditional French stew that is also excellent over pasta, rice, or polenta.
Swiss chard comes in the form of large leaves with colorful, often substantial stems. Many recipes call for the stems to be discarded, but they are delicious and nutritious in their own right. The trick is to cook the stems separately from the leaves. Here's what you need to know.
Turn your seitan cooking broth into the richest and meatiest non-meat gravy you've ever tasted.
Lasagna is basically a casserole made with layers of flat noodles, vegetables, cheese, and sometimes meat. There are a million variations on lasagna; here are some vegetarian favorites.
Impressive and delicious yet fairly easy to make, perfect for a special occasion.
Delicious soft balls of mashed potato coated in breadcrumbs and filled with a savory surprise.
Crudités is a French term that refers to raw vegetables, so a platter of crudités typically consists of one or more types of vegetables served with one or more dips.
American Thanksgiving dinner, with its traditional turkey as the main course, can be difficult for vegetarians. Here are some ideas to mix and match for your vegetarian Thanksgiving menu.