Thursday, November 22, 2007

a very vegan thanksgiving


Here I am again, posting just a few minutes before midnight... Like many people in the U.S. right now, I'm exhausted from a day of marathon cooking! I will post photos from tonight's Thanksgiving meal, which will correspond directly with
the menu I posted last night. I hope everyone had a wonderful day, I know I did!

Before I let the pictures speak for themselves, I just want to take a moment to get all mushy and sentimental. I am thankful for my family, my friends, and all the wonderful people who make up our blogging community! It can't be said enough- being vegan would not be nearly as fun without all of you, so thank you! xoxoxo





















I will try to recover enough to post some recipes tomorrow- good night!


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22 comments:

Celine said...

the pie, B, the pie...I can see a halo floating on top of it. pi-lo.

KathyF said...

Celebrating Thanksgiving vicariously, through your photos! That all looks delicious, especially the pie.

aTxVegn said...

Nicely done Bazu! It looks wonderful. It looks like you sneaked in a green pie for a side dish. I'm hoping you'll post that recipe and the soup recipe. And of course the pie recipe.

Rural Vegan said...

You're eating that pie for breakfast this morning too, aren't you? I would be!

Courtney said...

I am so glad you had a happy Thanksgiving! It looks like you had a delicious feast of expertly prepared food to enjoy...yum!

Courtney

village mama said...

Happy BND!

Thank you for sharing your visual tale of Thanksgiving at Bazu and Daiku's home.

urban vegan said...

Looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving banquet...the photos most certainly do speak for themselves.

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SaraJane said...

I'm drooling right now... especially after that last pie picture. Looks like you had a great meal!

Vivacious Vegan said...

I haven't had pecan pie in years. Yours looks delightful. Next year I want to come visit for Thanksgiving! Seriously. I'm not kidding.

b36Kitchen said...

i contemplated posting right before midnight last night but decided a day off would be fine.

what a glorious thanksgiving meal! i'm coming to your house next year!

Peace, Love and Veganism said...

Oh, how gorgeous everything looks! I just love the pie photo ;) Makes me want to come to your house next year!

JJ Abrams said...

what is this?

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2120/2056664288_646f8d848a_o.jpg

i can't find it on the menu.

bazu said...

Hi JJ,

Thanks for pointing that out! I feel really bad for forgetting to include the Sicilian lima bean-dill crostada on the menu- it turned out to be one of our favorite parts of the meal! I will post the recipe later tonight.

springsandwells said...

Oh BAZU!
What a feast. One day we'll have to all get together and cook for each other... It all just looks so wonderful!

:) Amey

VeggieGirl said...

ahhh I feel like I just consumed a delicious vegan Thanksgiving feast all over again - yum!! these pictures are stunning!! the baked acorn squash ESPECIALLY looks familiar, since that's one of the dishes that I made yesterday :0)

Johanna3 said...

the food looks very good, here in Puerto Rico people do celebrate black friday too, i dont.

textual bulldog said...

holy sh*t! what a feast! take THAT, ya intolerant omni jerks who think we miss out on things... ;) seriously, well done. what a beautiful spread, and how nice that you and daiku cooked it all together.

dreamy said...

It's late.. but, Happy thanksgiving! I am glad you have all these great food to feast on :)

Vegan_Noodle said...

Makes me want Thanksgiving to happen all over again. The photos really do speak for themselves...

Ashasarala said...

Wow... Everything looks so incredible. I don't know how you do it! I was cooking all day and came up with three measly dishes and a burnt tofurky! Maybe now that I have a food processor, things will be different...