Give Thanks and Gobble Turkey.
Those were pretty much the only two requirements for Thanksgiving in our collective childhood homes – until we went all crunchy on our mommas and begged for more vegetarian options.
The first conversation did NOT go well. Luckily, that talk happened about a decade ago and time has changed SO much.
Today, people all over New Jersey (and beyond) are seeking alternative choices for holiday meals; dishes that highlight seasonal favorites and local, fresh ingredients – without necessitating a trip to the butcher.
We reached out to a few friends and favorite bloggers to create a delicious, meat-free menu for Thanksgiving. We love ALL of these recipes, but we have to throw HUGE thanks and massive love to the beautiful mommas behind the blog Measure and a Pinch.
Kelly and Pam are yogis and home cooks that LOVE food – cooking it, talking about it, celebrating with it and decorating with it (ask to see pics from their Gingerbread competition and you will totally get what we mean). They have two completely opposite methods of cooking, which brings a lot of fun into the kitchen. Pam’s a measure and Kelly is a total pinch. 😉 Their blog is a collection of favorite recipes, photos and stories. We are planning a test kitchen with them soon, so let us know what noms you want to see.
Make sure to check them out!
Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes
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