November 22, 2010 | 6:00am
Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?
Damon Brasch of Green is cooking up Thanksgiving this Thursday for all you vegan and vegetarians out there. Whose needs a thanksgiving full of animal proteins and dairy when you can have seitan turkey breast with vegan giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing and all your other thanksgiving favorites. In addition to the grub, get down to live bands and DJ's plus an art exhibit. The best part, you won't have to listen to crazy aunt Pam drone on about how absurd it is be vegan. Click here for more info.
Jello Fruit Salad
Our favorite Holiday is only three days away and we can't wait to stuff our faces full of yummy food. Growing up, there was one thing that we chose to avoid every year, the dreaded jello salad. Normally a combination of some sort of fruit sadly suspended in an opaque pink, quivering mold set on top of a bed of lettuce. So gross. Yet no matter how many people politely left theirs untouched, it would be back the next year. Maybe if it looked as pretty as this Belvoir White Wine & Elderflower Fruit Jelly
we would give it another chance.