If you’ve ever wanted to try a Canadian-American-style holiday meal that doesn’t have turkey or ham in it, here’s what we’re cooking up this holiday season. I’d also love to hear about any traditions your family follows, to help spread the joy of a plant-based holiday.
A different plate of raw greens! With grapes!! Shocking. Actually, this kale caesar salad turned out to be pretty fantastic. Why not give it a spin?
We were inspired by a national dish of Belize to make this coconut rice and beans dinner. Hope you enjoy this little culinary trip to a wonderful new land without having to leave your kitchen.
Don’t wait for the future to find happiness here and now. If you make this Moroccan vegetable tagine, it’s pretty much happiness in a bowl.
For this take on Malaysian curry we played with broccoli, mushrooms, kale, tofu, and coconut milk to make some culinary magic.
A totally yummy, cashew-cheezy, hearty-lentilly pasta dish of comfort for any family dinner.
Sometimes you just want a creamy, comforting soup to soothe your spirit. This split pea potato soup hits the spot and happens to be plant-based too for extra happiness.
They’re fun to cook, steamed on one side and fried on the other side, then dipped in a sesame soy based sauce. All the kids went back for seconds of these vegan potstickers.
Canadian hodgepodge is a bit like taking whatever vegetables you have left from your garden and tossing them into a big, nourishing stew.
You could make these garbanzo broccoli fritters with any kind of beans and greens, like lentils and zucchini, kidney beans and collard greens, etc. We made them with garbanzo beans and baby broccoli because that’s what we had on hand.