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Triangle Vegetarian Society’s Vegetarian Thanksgiving

Posted on November 04, 2010 by The VRG Blog Editor

Triangle Vegetarian Society will host its annual vegetarian Thanksgiving at Café Parizäde, Durham, NC for the twelfth year. The date (Thanksgiving Day) and time (staggered seatings each half hour starting at 11:30 or noon through 2:30p), as well as
price ($23 member adults, $26.50 other adults, $7 children ages 5-10, free under 5) remain unchanged. They also plan to have a 6p seating at Spice Street in Chapel Hill.

Last year, TVS ended up with 640 people in the extended daytime seating, and 148 in the evening!

Full details, including the tentative daytime menu, are available at, and will continue to be posted as they become available. Do check out the menu (subject to change) – it includes many items, such as baked collard chips; breads, crustinis, and pita with walnut and red lentil hummuses, baba ganouj, and raw pumpkin-sunflower pâté; lime-marinated seared jerk seitan with lemon sage, peppercorns and fig glaze; cherry-kissed and seared tempeh coated in a coconut milk curry; roasted green beans with pesto alla Trapanese; raw shaved/herbed carpaccio of squash, fennel, and root vegetables; creamy carrot-ginger Soup with pumpkin-olive croutons; and much more. All the food is fully plant-based; most items are gluten-free as well as soy-free.

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