Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menu at the Book of Yum Home

Dear Readers,
I know I should have posted this days ago. Where was I when you were looking for new gluten-free recipes to round out your Thanksgiving feast? Well… I was chasing my 16 month old daughter, and enjoying the company of my visiting in-laws, as well as relishing time with my DH who was finally home from a lengthy overseas business trip. But never fear, dear readers. I was thinking of you, and thinking of this Thanksgiving post, and of course thinking about what to serve for dinner. I hope this helps those of you who might procrastinate (like me) and find recipes at the last minute. And, if nothing else, I am happy to share with you our menu in the hopes that some recipe might tickle your taste bud fantasies for some post-holiday experiments.

So, without further ado… our menu. Feel free to share what you’re making for Thanksgiving in the comments! I’d love to know if you try any Book of Yum recipes!

*hugs* and holidays,
-Sea

The Main Entrees:
Acorn Squash with Portobello Mushroom Stuffing
Beet Green and Chard Spinach-less Pie Dairy Version Non-Dairy Version
Nutritional Yeast Vegan Gravy
Vegan Onion Rolls
Elana’s Brussel Sprouts with Roasted Chestnuts
Peas
Mashed Potatoes
Cranberry Sauce

Dessert:
Pumpkin Pie
Apple Pie
*Persimmon Pudding (Recipe Coming Soon)
Elana’s Vegan Raw Pumpkin Custard

*I’m especially excited about this one as it involved a steamer and in the future should involve a flame torch. Brandied desserts are so exciting. Here’s hoping we don’t burn down the House of Yum by accident.

Share your gluten-free Thanksgiving day menu post in the comments and I’ll add the link to the post!


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3 Responses to “Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menu at the Book of Yum Home”

  1. Happy Thanksgiving. I shared our menu after the fact – http://www.citylifeeats.com/2010/11/thanksgiving-gratitude.html

    It was delicious. Husband insisted on some meat, but all the other items were dairy-free/egg-free – and of course everything was gluten-free.

  2. I commend you for finally getting around to posting this! In my humble opinion, better late than never. Now, on to posting my Thanksgiving round-up:).

    ~E

  3. Thanks Sea and Happy Thanksgiving!

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