I’m No Turkey

Tonight we had our Thanksgiving dinner, technically it’s not until tomorrow but everyone was available tonight.  I ended up doing baking/cooking yesterday, and reheating everything today.  I made a dairy-free pumpkin pie with a kamut-flour crust I made:

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And then I made two trays of this Curry-stuffed Acorn Squash, pardon the disgusting pan

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And also this casserole which everyone liked a lot, but I forgot to take a picture of 😦

 

This morning I had a waffle sandwich with Pomegranate waffles, PB, banana and maple syrup with a cup of coffee.  And then for lunch was some quick guacamole, organic crackers and pineapple with some lemon green tea.

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Dinner was amazing.  My mom’s best friend brought tabouli, and there was also DELICIOUS crispy baked brussel sprouts, nutritional yeast gravy, carrots, rolls, sweet potato/pecan dish, mashed potatoes, turnip puff and then the two dishes I brought.  Then the pumpkin pie, with a scoop of Purely Decadent soy icecream.  I am stuffed.

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8 responses to “I’m No Turkey

  1. i love your fun menu! i am already planning ahead for thanksgiving too so i’m searching for recipes. what pie recipe did you use? ive never made a vegan pumpkin pie, but i want to try this year.

  2. Hey hey!!

    Nice pie recipe!! I’ve always wanted to try a Pumpkin Pie…!! Here in Europe it’s not that popular , sadly 😦 Pls give me a sample haha!! Well,well,you’re eats look pretty delicious 😀 kepi it going!!

    I’ve just started my own blog, I’d be so happy to see a comment from you!! Pls visit me on

    http://www.agnesworldofveganpleasures.blogspot.com

    Waiting!!
    Have a great day!!

  3. * keep it going

    (stupid mistake haha)

  4. It sounds like your menu was vegan! Is your whole family vegan?
    (Lucky!) 😉

  5. sammyss

    Brooke- I used this recipe- http://bunnyfoot.blogspot.com/2005/11/vegan-pumpkin-pie.html and used Kamut flour, but I definitely had to double the soy milk added to the crust lol. It was really not holding together. Everybody still liked it even without the butter/eggs etc.!

    Agnes- Realllllly no pumpkin pie!? If you’ve looked around a lot of the blogs, there’s tons of pumpkin going on haha. I’ll add you to my blogroll too!

    Josie- There was turkey and dressing, but I just didn’t eat it 🙂 That would be nice though! haha I’m actually not vegan either, but I try to avoid dairy as much as possible. There was lots of veggie options, which is great.

  6. thanks for the link to the recipe! i think i’ll do a trial before thanksgiving!

  7. trustmyintuition

    Everything looks great!! Love the pumpkin pie and wafflewich 🙂

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