A Very Vegan MoFo Canadian Thanksgiving

So what’s a girl who’s blogging vegan for a month (for Vegan MoFo) to do for Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend?  Celebrate it vegan-style, of course!

If you’re looking for Vegan recipes appropriate for your Thanksgiving feast (whether it be this weekend or next month), I suggest you chow down on some of my Fall favourites:

May I recommend you start with a Red Kari Squash & Split Pea Soup with Sinful Onions:

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Followed by your main course — a Lentil & Oat Thankgiving Loaf served with a Shitake Mushroom Gravy:

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And for dessert, you totally need a Plum and Port Whole Wheat Tart.  Completely.

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Happy Thanksgiving, fellow Canadians!!!  I’m off to enjoy this surprisingly perfect weather with dear friends at their cottage, where we will eat delicious things while looking at yellow, rust and red leaves.  And of course, the lake.

And yes, for the perfect food suggestions — you’re welcome.

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Categories: Dairy-Free, Holiday, Vegan

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3 Comments on “A Very Vegan MoFo Canadian Thanksgiving”

  1. October 8, 2011 at 8:50 am #

    That pie is beautiful!!! And the soup with those onions looks divine!!

  2. October 13, 2011 at 12:18 am #

    the soup looks fab. and a beautiful spread!. happy thanksgiving!

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