(Dramatic, no?) 
Well, hello!  Welcome to Veggin' Out in the Kitchen.  As you can probably already tell, this blog is going to be devoted to the most important element - food!  Normally, I will post about healthy foods, but it is, after all, the Christmas season so, for the next few weeks, the blog will be all about the not so healthy but just as important foods in life (sugar cookies anyone?).
Since this is a food blog, I would like to end the introduction post with a picture or two of food.  Now, I know Thanksgiving is currently a holiday of the past, but it's never to late to see pictures of delicious, homemade Thanksgiving meals, is it?
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The rundown of the food above: Thanksgiving veggie loaf (a modified version of a recipe from the blog Fat Free Vegan), skillet broccoli with garlic, braised onions, buttermilk biscuits, my Mom's awesome mashed potatoes, and, of course, cranberries!  Lastly but definitely not least is dessert.  I made a crustless pumpkin pie (also modified version of a recipe from Fat Free Vegan), and it was definitely one of the best I've ever had (and I think my dad agrees :).
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....with homemade whipped cream.  Yes, I beat that cream for forever and forever. But the result was definitely worth (at least please tell me it was ;).
Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you will return!
 


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Chuck Ramsey
12/22/2010 03:06

Very nice. Glad to see you are blogging again.

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12/22/2010 09:43

are you not going to share your recipes or say where you got the recipes from?
Thanksgiving veggie loaf sounds interesting.

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Alexandra
12/22/2010 10:45

Happy Herbivore,
That's a great idea! Both the veggie loaf and the pumpkin pie are modified versions of recipes from Fat Free Vegan.
Thanks for you comment!

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I love you blog!!! :) You made your own whipped cream?! That is so cool!!! Is it very hard? Do you just take cream and sugar, and whisk it for a long time?

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Alexandra
01/12/2011 02:44

Kathleen,

It isn't too hard (other than the physical labor :). But, ya, just cream (heavy cream), and sugar (and you can add some vanilla extract), and whisk, whisk, whisk! It tastes so much better than store bought (so worth the labor :)

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