I was pretty much thanksed out from cooking at Woodstock Sanctuary last weekend. I ended up at my mom’s, where she cooked up two of my Veganomicon favorites, Cholent and Pumpkin Ziti with Sage Breadcrumbs. They don’t officially go together, but off the record – who cares? The best part about writing cookbooks is that you can be sure that you’ll like the food your mom makes. Unless your mom is a jerk and doesn’t cook from your books.
But it looks like everyone else did a metric buttload of cooking and baking!
Susie’s Turkey Loaf
Amy’s Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake
Mike and Liz’s Thanksgiving Plate con Ravioli
You know the food is slammin when I start to wonder if maybe I should move to Ohio. Those lollipops are cider and maple syrup glazed tofu smoked with hickory wood. What The Hell Does a Vegan Eat always goes the extra mile or 600.
Michelle’s Bryanna’s Soy and Seitan Roast
Abby’s Stuffed Breast Of Tofu
Originally a blog post from 2005, which is like 500 internet years ago, SweetlyVegan rocks the Tofu Roast With Cornbread Dressing from What Do I Know? on the PPK forums. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think this may have been a Sarah Kramer recipe originally.
And people wonder why vegans think they’re better than everyone else.