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12:48 pm

Happy Thanksgiving

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I'm truly not a fanatic when it comes to eating RAW and on occasion, I will eat meat (Paleo) and I really do love Thanksgiving Turkey.  However, I have one daughter who will not eat any animal that was once living except for fish.  So finding recipes are always a challenge. Last year, I did make her a Tofurkey dinner [caption id="attachment_477" align="alignright" width="150"] Tofurkey[/caption] and she truly enjoyed it, but I'm not thrilled with it because it's made with Soy.  So I will not be doing that this year.  This year, I will be experimenting with a new recipe that's floating around my head for a "Meatless Meatloaf".  I will post that recipe only if it comes out tasty and delicious! In the meantime -- I will be bringing a couple of vegetarian dishes to my Thanksgiving Get Together.  And yes -- they will be "cooked".  I've been requested not to bring "raw" dishes to the feast!! The first dish I am making is Vegan Orange Cinnamon Sweet Potatos with Candied Maple Pecans from one of my favorite Bloggers The Blender Girl.  However, I will be cutting this recipe in half. [caption id="attachment_478" align="alignnone" width="150"] Vegan Sweet Potatoes[/caption] **This recipe calls for Candied Maple Pecans so I'm including the link to that as well.  I hope they make it into the salad!! [caption id="attachment_480" align="aligncenter" width="150"] Candied Maple Pecans[/caption] The second recipe is also from The Blender Girl  and that is for Lemon Garlic String Beans  (The Blender Girl always has a "Piggy Tip" on the bottom of her posts.  Click on them for same amazing "tips"). [caption id="attachment_479" align="alignnone" width="150"] Lemon Garlic String Beans[/caption] Whatever it is you're serving on this Thanksgiving or cooking to bring to a Thanksgiving Meal -- please remember to give "Thanks" for the wonderful food, friends and family and most of all . . .

Enjoy!!

Michele

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!

My thoughts and prayers are with those who suffered from Hurricane Sandy this year.  I know Thanksgiving may not be what it was in the past.  Hopefully, next year will be better.


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