This meal practically cooks itself. Perfect for a winter weekend supper for two.
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This is the most comforting after-Thanksgiving dish you can make. Everyone will cheer!
A simple, warming winter soup featuring our favorite cold weather crop. You can use any kind of winter squash you have on hand.
If you’re not feeding a crowd for Thanksgiving, a turkey breast is perfect. It’s still substantial but you will not have a mountain of leftover turkey. We roasted a Duerksen turkey.
This delicious gravy will please everyone, even the meat eaters. Serve with mashed potatoes or stuffing.
Mashed potatoes at their finest, without any dairy products.
Savory, sweet, crunchy, this dish has it all. Perfect for Thanksgiving or any winter evening.
Kanten is a Japanese dessert that is similar to Jell-O brand gelatin. It’s made with agar-agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed. Agar agar is an excellent vegan option for gelatin-type desserts. It is neutral in taste and you can use it with any fruit juice.
An absolutely delicious alternative to bread stuffing. Everyone will want seconds of this vegan and gluten-free dish.
This salad captures the essence of fall with the warm flavors of squash and kale combined with crunchy apples and nuts and finished with zesty cider vinaigrette.