Sometimes you want to take a break from meat, or you have friends coming over who are, shall we say, not carnivorous. Or you just want something a bit lighter for lunch or dinner. No matter the reasons, you don’t have to suffer for it. Meat eaters tend to be a bit of a foolish bunch when it comes to vegetarian dishes. Of course give them a nice plate of pasta and tomato sauce and they’ll love it. Sometimes it’s just a matter of semantics, sometimes it’s not.
In light of these sage words today I’m splitting up my approach to vegetarian dishes for winter by including both dishes that are vegetarian, and those that are not. By that I mean dishes that say they are vegetarian, thus implying that it is a version of a dish that you expect to contain meat, and dishes that just don’t include meat. These are all great for a hearty winter meal, perfect for sitting out the next polar vortex, curling up with someone you love, and sharing a great bottle of wine!
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