Weekly Giveaway: The Wild Vegan Cookbook! NextGenMan is the winner!
Sometimes, before shopping day, it can really feel like you're foraging for food in your own house. Well, Wildman Steve Brill takes it a step further, and forages for foods in our backyards. And our neighbors backyards. And all over the city. In The Wild Vegan Cookbook: A Forager's Culinary Guide (in the Field or in the Supermarket) to Preparing and Savoring Wild (and Not So Wild) Natural Foods (http://www.amazon.com/Wild-Vegan-Cookbook-Supermarket-Preparing/dp/1558327215), Wildman Steve (hehe) shows us how to find the tastiest vegan foods all over town, usually at no cost to us! Seriously, I thought this guy was nuts until I read more about it, and it turns out he's perfectly sane and saving tons of money on groceries. That extra dough could really come in handy around the holidays, right? Even if you're not ready to dumpster dive, he's got tons of fabulous recipes that'll impress even the pickiest holiday dinner guest.
For your chance to win a copy, let me know what your favorite Thanksgiving side dish is!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 16th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random, must live in USA to win!
potatoes and stuffing yummy!
Roasted Brussel Sprouts in browned vegan butter, yummmmmmmmmmmm.
Sweet potato biscuits! Mmmmm......
This book sounds AMAZING.
Hmm, well I can't decide between garlic-onion mashed potatoes and wild-rice stuffed acorn squash...I always make both and love them lots. : )
This book looks so interesting!
My fav thanksgiving side dish is stuffing/dressing with lots of nuts and dried fruit.
Stuffing and potatoes. Talk about carb overload. :)
Organic green beans sauteed in walnut oil; topped with thinly sliced organic red onions and toasted organic walnuts. YUM!
I love the theme of this book!
Favorite side? Good Lord, like I could choose. OK, I'll randomly pick one... Phyllo-wrapped asparagus spears. I get in trouble if they don't show up on the Tofurky Day table.
Mashed sweet potatoes! Mmmmmmmmm
Unless deserts count of course... :P
I am from Labrador and one o the traditional side dishes that accompany any big meal is a boiled pease pudding - split yellow peas boiled in a bag until they become a solid mush. Then they are mashed together a bit more with lots of butter and salt/pepper. Typically it is boiled in the same pot with a salt-beef dinner... Anyway, because I live with a non-veggie family I appreciate this side dish all the more around Thanks Giving when for everyone else the main focus of the "Big Meal" is typically the meat. Pease pudding is like this heavenly and healthy dish that makes me realize that vegans can be excited forThanks Giving dinner and not miss out on anything!
Stuffing!!!!! Without raisins!!!!!
I can't choose between (my) mashed potatoes, roasted brussels sprouts, or roasted squash! I love them all. :)
I love the cranberry salsa recipe
I always make vegan green bean casserole <3
Sweet potatoes are my favorite! I don't care how they're cooked as long as they're not loaded with sugar.
Squash with vegan butter and pure maple syrup!!!
My absolute fave has to be sweet potato casserole.....
green bean casserole and stuffing! it's a tie between the two
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is garlicky mashed potatoes!