Why cook a big meal when you can just bring one dish to share? Bring your family, too! This is one of the best events of the year; it will not disappoint!
We'll gather at 2:00 pm and eat around 2:30 pm. Bring a vegan (https://www.vegansociety.com/try-vegan/definition-veganism) dish and a copy of your recipe or a label. List your dietary needs down below, or on your profile, so we can have an idea of what to bring (gluten free, soy free, corn free, nuts, etc.).
What are you going to bring? List it below!
So, here are some ideas of what you could bring:
Sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, dressing, squash, coleslaw, green bean casserole, wild rice, plain vegetables, pies such as pumpkin and apple, cranberries, non-dairy nog or other flavored milks, pickles, olives, breads, rolls... all vegan of course.
Here is a link to Post Punk Kitchens Thanksgiving recipes!: http://www.theppk.com/category/recipe/holiday-thanksgiving/
We usually start off with a little introduction of each of the dishes so that everyone will know what they contain, and so those with food allergies can choose accordingly. If you have limited cooking facilities, (e.g., college students) or limited cooking ability, consider bringing fresh fruit, nuts, salad, soy-nog, etc. And if you just don't have time to bring something, come and eat, and help clean up at the end.
We'll use St. Stephen's tableware and flatware, so we'll need some volunteers to clean up and wash dishes at the end. St. Stephen's asked that the kids have adult supervision if they're not in the hall. We hope you can attend!
What is Gentle Thanksgiving? Click the link below to read about it:
P.S. If you can list what you are bringing in your RSVP, that would be helpful so we don't end up with duplicate dishes, and so we can have an idea of what to bring. Please make a label with what your dish contains, if it has gluten, soy, corn, nuts, etc. (common allergens)