Vegetarian Irish Food Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

Vegetarian Irish Food Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day When you think of St. Patrick’s Day and Irish food classics, what comes to mind? Corned beef and cabbage, Irish beef stew, maybe shepherd’s pie. Clearly, if you’re trying to eat less meat, this holiday could be tricky. But I’ve found some great vegetarian and vegan alternatives […]

Vegetarian Stuffing

Vegetarian Cornbread, ‘Sausage,’ Apple, & Pecan Stuffing Recipe

Thanksgiving is actually one of the easiest holidays to eat meatless. When you eliminate the turkey, there are still so many side dishes to choose from. The following stuffing recipe is my all time favorite vegetarian recipes; I make it all year ’round. It’s that good. And since it’s soy free and made from a […]

Vegetarian Halloween Recipes

Surprisingly, it was a bit tricky finding cute/spooky vegetarian recipes for Halloween parties. But after a bit of searching around the web, I came up with a great little collection. These creepy treats may not have meat but are sure to please and spook anyone. Halloween: The Best of Martha Stewart Living Halloween is rivaled […]

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Traditional Vegetarian Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about family and food. Most families have recipe traditions that have spanned generations, and everyone looks forward to sharing the feast. Vegetarians and vegans can feel left out when those recipes have meat in them, and the cooks may not know what to make that will be cruelty free as well as […]

Turkeys Suitable for Vegetarians :)

Why should vegetarians, vegans, raw foodists, et al be left out from enjoying turkey at Thanksgiving?! 🙂Turkey Veggie Tray Turkey Platter Healthy Vegetable Snack Raw Vegan Turkey Turkey Veggie Platter Photo: Vegetable Turkey Turkey Vegetable Tray

Red, white & blue healthy recipes

Red, White & Blue Recipes

There are quite a few ideas out there for red, white and blue food to celebrate the Fourth of July, but so few seem actually healthy. And many of them contain Jell-O, which doesn’t work for a vegetarian (see why). So I trawled the tubes and found a few recipes that aren’t only delicious, but […]

Vegetarian Mardi Gras Recipes

Mardi Gras means fat Tuesday, the culmination of the season between Christmas and Lent. Fat Tuesday falls on the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. During the 46-day Lent period, many Christians forego the eating of meat, either completely or on Fridays. They also traditionally give up a favored food, drink, or […]

Valentine’s Day (Vegetarian) Dinner Menu

Valentine’s Day (Vegetarian) Dinner Menu Looking for a romantic idea to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Why not avoid the rush of busy restaurants, stay in and enjoy a home cooked meal? Cooking takes time, and there is nothing like spending time with your sweetie. Send the kids to grandma’s then make your favorite foods; cook together; […]

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