Dumplings

This classic Asian dish with its versatile filling is fun to make and tastes delicious. We enjoy our dumplings pan-fried and served with a homemade dipping sauce.

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Greek Salad

Good quality ingredients make this simple and nutritious salad an excellent dish. Drizzled with a Greek dressing and served alongside pita bread and dips is our favorite way to enjoy it.

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Deviled Eggs

This recipe is a lighter version of the deviled eggs we all know and love and makes for a perfect appetizer or side dish. Different spices and condiments can be added to the filling, however we enjoy ours on the simpler side.

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Corn Chowder

New England fishers originally threw their catch of the day in a big pot with other ingredients and called it a chowder. Our vegetarian recipe may not be authentic to our region, however it does have the qualities of being a thick and creamy soup, perfect for cold winter days.

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Why I Became a Vegetarian

Deciding to become a vegetarian 25 years ago was an impulse decision that I have never regretted making. I didn’t like the way eating meat made me feel, nor did I like the slaughtering of animals. And so one day, while separating the raw chicken breasts in a value pack into smaller portions, I stopped and thought about what I was holding in my hands and asked myself if this, if eating meat, was really something I felt good about. My wife didn’t need any convincing and just like that, we became vegetarians. We’ve never looked back, and year by year, as the research on the benefits of living a vegetarian lifestyle increase, I feel proud of the choice that we made.

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Vegetarian Pot Pie

Our meatless version of the classic chicken pot pie is flavorful and loaded with delicious and wholesome ingredients. You can make it your own by adding meat or tofu, more vegetables, richer dairy, and an assortment of spices.

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Pierogi

This authentic Polish dish is like a combination of a dumpling and ravioli. The recipe can be adapted in many ways, however we enjoy the classic potato, cheese, and onions filling with vegetarian gravy drizzled on top.

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Surviving Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder

Of all the holidays I celebrate, Thanksgiving is my least favorite. This shouldn’t come as a surprise; that I, an introverted vegetarian recovering from an eating disorder, do not enjoy a day where large groups of people gather to eat large amounts of rich and meaty food. But it almost always does.

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