"Holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas in particular, can be a lonely time for vegetarians. For years, people who choose not to eat meat have been pretty much left out of the celebration with only side dishes to consume.
In 1995, with the introduction of the first Tofurky roast, all that changed. Tofurkey provides a delicious eye-appealing, satisfying centerpiece that is easy to prepare. Whether you are a vegatarian needing something special to birng to a dinner or a cook wanting to find a quick and easy dish to serve your non-meat eating gueats, Tofurky can help bring fun and joy for all at your next feast."
i'm really looking forward to this thanksgiving lark. I feel like i'm really, like, *exploring* canadian culture, y'know??? actually, i cheated on the bubbly. it's australian. i've had a little trouble finding out exactly what thanksgiving is. ppl i ask will tell me it's not american and that you get to eat a lot. which sounds grand but is not particularly informative. luckily my new canadian oxford dictionary knows! thus:
"an annual holiday, originally for giving thanks to God for the sucess of the harvest, clebrated on the second Monday in October."
wow. a whole post on the joys of tofu and dictionaries. i am such a square.
lots of planning for christmas, totally exciting, and lots of study needing to be done. i have a tute pres on tuesday, which is a bit of a big deal, and then my first years hand in their first essay. yaargh! and i bought some brushes today and badly want to get stuck into the ink/watercolour pencils.