A Guide to the Ultimate Vegan & Gluten-Free Thanksgiving
Oh, to be a vegetarian (or a vegan) on Thanksgiving! Both a blessing and a curse, a boon and a burden. It’s easy to be forlorn (I’ve been there, with my head so low the three green beans on my plate are practically up my nostrils), but there’s hope yet.
A Salad You’ll Want to Eat (Even When Cookies are Everywhere)
Salad shouldn’t be an obligation or an afterthought — and it doesn’t always have to be kale, either. Every other Thursday, Elizabeth Stark from Brooklyn Supper will help you make salads you actually want to eat.
Alison Roman’s Strategy for Eating As Much As Possible
The holidays are notoriously rich, where even the greenest of vegetables tend to be drowned in heavy cream and slathered with butter. And please, do not get me wrong: I very much love both those things. VERY much. But to be honest, my main goal during the holidays is to cook as much as possible, eat as much as possible, and drink as much wine as possible. Do you know what gets in the way of me achieving my goals? All that heavy cream and butter. How am I supposed to sample everything on the table when I’ve overdosed on mashed potatoes? Let’s just say I’ve learned the hard way that you can’t try all the different pies when you went too hard in the first quarter with all that stuffing.