A question for vegetarians


My youngest is a vegetarian and will be joining me for Thanksgiving day dinner.  Since I am a meat and potatoes kinda of guy along with all of my other guests, it becomes a question on what I can fix her.

Is there a dish that I can prepare for her?  Any suggestions?

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24 thoughts on “A question for vegetarians

      1. No problem! I was also going to say, you can make vegetarian lasagna, pesto pasta, California roll but instead of fake crab meat, use cooked/fried tofu. Potato cakes, roasted potatoes. There’s so much! I used to be a vegetarian because of one of my kids too. But now they are willing to eat fish and chicken. Good luck. Let us know how it turns out!

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  1. I have two vegetarian daughters as well. I usually don’t do a ‘meat substitute’ because they taste terrible! Besides, they don’t want meat – they don’t need the substitution. You are always safe with a grand plate of steamed veggies, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, etc. Steam them with a little olive oil and garlic. Top with some toasted nuts, and you’ll be a hero. 🙂

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  2. A Perfectmindstorm

    I don’t think in terms of vegan or vegetarian so I can’t help you here 🙂 I’m sure you will come up with something though being the master chef that you are. There are surely lots of vegetarian recipes online

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  3. portapatetcormagis

    How nice that you give it a thought 🙂

    I’m usually quite happy if there are enough side dishes that I can (want to) eat, just leave out the meat.

    Should that be difficult how’s about a nice pate in a single serving dish? Recently you showed us your chicken pate. Something along those lines just veggie.

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