Pictorial is a weird word, right? I’m not sure how I feel about it, but I decided to throw it in to switch things up a bit. What I’m trying to say is, I have a lot of pictures. So let’s get to it.
I managed to put together my vegan apple pie using a combination of these recipes. I basically used Kim O’Donnel’s crust and filling and then the crumb topping from the Scranton Times, subbing Earth Balance for butter. I even bought vegan sugar and soy vanilla ice cream from Trader Joe’s. Hardcore, my friends.
The pie turned out awesome. Really. The vegans, however, didn’t eat it.
I don’t want to talk about it.
I was so careful to document every step of the way, and then wouldn’t you know, I totally forget to take a picture of the finished pie. Probably because I was stuffing my face. Or drinking mimosas:
We also had turkey and stuffing and all of the other amazing things that go with Thanksgiving dinner:
Have I mentioned how much I love stuffing? Because I do. I wait for it all year. I don’t even care if it’s been inside a turkey and that’s kind of gross, I still love it and I would eat it every day if I could. My mom makes unbelievable stuffing, but this one was really good, too. In fact, it seems that our friends Rachel and Justin are very good cooks, something I was not aware of. Chris and I might start showing up on their doorstep for scraps.
Anyway, there was also homemade salsa:
And vegan chocolate chip cookies:
Along with lots of other things that I didn’t get pictures of. Actually, that’s kind of a lie. I didn’t get pictures of anything. All of these were taken by my friend Chelsea, who should maybe start her own food blog because she is clearly way better at it than me.
And finally, proof that even dogs get turkey comas:
Or maybe he was just tired from all the dancing.