This is her recipe, minus the eggs - it's actually a casserole, but we still called it pie. Maybe you're in for the filling, the topping or both, it's such perfection in my eyes and mouth.
I made a half batch yesterday for a vegan potluck (I'll post those photos soon), and had fun with the topping:
I love reading menus, so I'd like to hear your thanksgiving plans, to those celebrating. This will be my 4th all-vegan thanksgiving, and I'm ridiculously looking forward to it.
Biscuits and Gravy
Steamed Green Beans
Balsamic Glazed Cremini mushrooms
Maple cranberry sauce (Thomas is making, I've never had homemade)
Tofurkey (basted in sparkling apple cider, garlic, thyme, braggs, rosemary)
Super Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Potato pie casserole (mini)
Pumpkin tofu pie
Apple crumb pie
After being teased about eating tofurkey on thanksgiving in the past and wondering what it actually was, I tried it for the first time last year and it was pretty great. I've been looking forward to having my own go at it for a year now~ The sparkling cider idea is inspired by Webly, who marinaded hers in pear cider last year - but that's her story to tell. I'm looking forward to the cranberry sauce, albeit I LOVE the canned (which also comes in organic, vegan varieties) but Thomas wants the 'pops'.
I'm probably forgetting something very obvious..