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.
There are probably as many different ways to make gravy as there are cooks - the sky is the limit! Here are some of my favorite vegan gravies.
Baked pumpkin almost melts into this quinoa risotto for an easy, unusual side dish.
While we all know that we can use different fruits and veggies to cook, those aren't the only plants we can eat. There are several other types of plants and even flowers that we can use for cooking. Many of these are delicious if cooked the right way and also offer great health benefits. But just what types of plants and flowers should you look to include in future dishes you prepare?
Impressive and delicious yet fairly easy to make, perfect for a special occasion.
I make a batch of this lovely green sauce nearly every week; it's easy, quick, and just plain delicious.
Finger food is fun food! Whether you're having a party, watching TV, or trying to get your kids to eat a wider variety of foods, bite-sized snacks are the way to go.
Warm up quickly with this easy but flavorful vegan soup.
Mashed and pan-fried chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, make a delicious veggie burger.
Flavorful cubes of tender celeriac mixed with French green lentils and bit of lemony dressing.