Happy Thanksgiving week! I love this holiday. So much family and FOOD! And who says you have to love Turkey to enjoy the day? In celebration of Thanksgiving, I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite vegan Thanksgiving side dishes. No animals were harmed in the making :). Continue reading
The only time I ever had orzo pasta growing up was in rice pilaf. Those tiny little grains of pasta were always my favorite part of the rice and I would try to pick them out and save them for the end.
I originally made this sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving last year. This was by far the favorite of all of the sides I made (which included: Cashew Creamed Kale, Quinoa Cornbread and Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Pecans & Dried Cranberries).
Looking for a colorful, flavorful, crowd-pleasing side dish? Look no further! My husband and I have started hosting Christmas Eve dinner (2013 was our third year doing so). Even though it already seems like Christmas was FOREVER ago, I still wanted to share this recipe.
Now that the holidays are behind us, it’s time to start thinking about your next main event. Of course, I’m not the type that really cares too much about this one but since I’m married to a football fanatic, I have to be involved by default.
I don’t know about you but I’ve about had enough of this cold weather. And where I am, it’s not even one of those “pretty” winters that you see on Hallmark Christmas movies. We rarely get snow here (and if we do, it’s an inch or so and everything shuts down). We are the unlucky ones that stuck with the freezing cold rain at 33°.
You may be a little tired of pumpkin now that we’re past Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. Or maybe you went overboard with the grocery store sales of canned pumpkin puree that you’re looking for something else to use it for.