November 20, 2009
This Week: Who isn't thinking about food right now? As Thanksgiving approaches, we are thankful that there are so many delicious ways to celebrate the day with compassion for animals. Featured: Holiday stories, recipes by some of our favorite cookbook authors and HSUS staff, and survey results of our Facebook poll, "What will you eat for Thanksgiving this year?" Enjoy!
One Family’s Gathering: What started out as a small family dinner with turkey took an interesting twist, morphing into a larger, more festive and vegetarian meal—and it appears to follow a trend.
Celebrate the Season: Cookbook authors Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero remind Diane Miller, director of the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, that it’s easy to celebrate animals this time of the year, when the flavors of autumn are in full swing. About their Caramelized Onion-Butternut Roast with Chestnuts, Romero believes the secret to keeping people happy at Thanksgiving is to give them stuffing. "[This dish is like] stuffing with a whole meal going on.”
Recipes from Staff: You could say that taste-testing new recipes is something of a second job for some people at The HSUS. Here is a sample of some favorite holiday recipes from staff.
And the survey says...
View survey results and sample comments from our Thanksgiving poll on Facebook.