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#1 of 5 Old 07-18-2008, 02:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Summers great and all, but I'm really looking forward to Fall! :

Crusty breads with big bowls of soups - Vegetable Noodle Soup, Escarole Soup, Sweet Corn and Potato Chowder, Potato Soup...Chili and cornbread.

Carmelized Root Veggies, Baked Sweet Potato Slices flavored with cumin, apples from the tree with big blobs of peanut butter, pumpkin breads, warm gooey cookies and heavy sweet muffins.

I can't wait! : (imagine the leaves all different beautiful fall colors, lol)

What are your favorite Fall vegan meals? I'd love some new ideas!
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#2 of 5 Old 07-18-2008, 03:27 PM
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Pumpkin Muffins!!!!
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The Pumpkin Baked Ziti with Carmelized onions and Sage Breadcrumb topping, from Veganomicon. OH. MY. GODS!!!

Also, pumpkin/butternut squash soup, apple cobbler, honey/ maple baked lentils, and cornbread.

Our Halloween/Samhain tradition includes an "Ancestor Feast" that consists of such once-a-year treats as butternut squash, carmelized onion and chipotle tamales, homemade croissants, and coomla (a traditional Norwegian potato-oat dumpling traditionally boiled with salt-pork, and served with lots of butter. I just use heavily salted water and Earth Balance), and a few other more every day favorites that meant something to one of our beloved dead, like a (lentil-nut)shepherd's pie, lasange, oatmeal cookies and my once-a-year can of Coca-Cola. Always Coke, always can. Plus whatever other guests bring.

Oh, and MAPLE POPCORN. I don't have the gumption to go find the recipe right now, but it is maple syrup boiled to a soft caramel with a tiny bit of butter/EB added and then poured over hot popcorn.
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Man you guys!!! I am ALWAYS ready for fall. Texas summers are brutal, BUT, we are really enjoying our Farmers Market these days, so I guess I will be thankful. :

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I'm so hungry now. I absolutly LUV Pumpkin muffins,a nd fall soups.:
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