Thanksgiving has come and gone... and no turkeys were harmed in the making of my dinner! Isn't that a good feeling?
I usually enjoy Tofurkey or just gobble up a delicious plate of "side" dishes at Thanksgiving dinner but this year my husband and I tried Celebration Roast made by the Field Roast Company.
The celebration roast is a faux-meat style loaf stuffed with mushrooms, squash, apples and other yummy vegan bits. It warms quickly and slices well. And nestled among mashed potatoes, green beans, and cranberry sauce on my holiday plate, it did look festive.
I thought it was delicious and nearly ate the entire mini-loaf myself (four servings). My husband, who is not wild about faux-meat products, ate a piece with Thanksgiving dinner and then was content to eat sides (and pumpkin pie!) for leftovers Thursday night and all day Friday. He said, "It was OK -- better than Tofurkey." (Did I mention he was a man of few words?!)
I agree. It has a lot more flavor and a better texture than Tofurkey. Also, the mini-loaf is sized more conviently for feeding a smaller veggie crowd.
Check out Celebration Roast for one of your upcoming holiday meals over the next few weeks.
Photo credit: Veganstore.com