November 21, 2012
[Photographs: Lauren Rothman]
Well, vegetarians, it's that time of year again: Thanksgiving, one of the several major holidays we celebrate that has, as its centerpiece, a large, cooked piece of meat.
It's not always easy to be a vegetarian at the Thanksgiving table. Sure, some of the best aspects of the meal—the stuffing, the veggie sides, the cranberry sauce—are meat-free, but they're still not main dishes, and don't we all deserve an entrée to totally gorge ourselves on, and feel regret about later, when the fourth Thursday of November rolls around?
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