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    1. Your favorite vegetarian recipes

      Hi, Where I am living we are going back into a month long lockdown, I would like to find some vegetarian recipes to cook. I am not a Chef but I cook everyday so more advanced recipes are fine,...

      Hi,

      Where I am living we are going back into a month long lockdown, I would like to find some vegetarian recipes to cook.

      I am not a Chef but I cook everyday so more advanced recipes are fine, though I also like quick wins when I don't feel like spending much time cooking.

      What do you people eat when you don't want to eat meat? What are your favorite recipes?

      Thanks!

      29 votes
    2. Share your favorite Thanksgiving dish recipes

      Two from me: I'm in love with this sweet potato miso pie from Bon Appetit. The only downside to it is that the crust gets all up in your teeth, so avoid taking photos after eating it. Bonus points...

      Two from me:

      1. I'm in love with this sweet potato miso pie from Bon Appetit. The only downside to it is that the crust gets all up in your teeth, so avoid taking photos after eating it. Bonus points if you can get purple sweet potatoes - makes it look especially vibrant. I've made this recipe using different pie dishes and different kinds of sweet potatoes and it seems pretty elastic - has been delicious each time.

      2. A butternut squash soup with granny smith apples. Especially good with a dash of hot sauce, compliments usual other Thanksgiving dishes.

      I don't often cook a turkey but having tried Alton Brown's method and a few other popular ones, my favorite is to get a smaller one and spatchcock it on top of the dressing, using Julia Child's recipe.

      When it comes to stuffing, if you haven't made your own bread a week in advance and used primarily fresh herbs instead of dried, give it a whorl. It makes a big difference, imo, and doesn't add too much to prep.

      11 votes