This is what we're having for Thanksgiving in our house:
Nibbles: crackers with exotic cheeses (a blue cheese from Spain, a triple-cream from France, a smoked gouda-like cheese from Greece).
Soup: Kabocha-leek soup with lemongrass and coconut milk.
Main Dish: Phyllo triangles filled with roasted butternut squash, roasted pasilla chilles, and sauteed leek, seasoned with cilantro and curry.
Sides: Sauteed fennel bulb, green beans with almonds, mashed potatoes with sour cherry and port sauce.
Dessert: Fresh fruit, apple pie (I bought a "rustic" apple apie for the omnivore and I to try, but is isn't something I baked myself).
All except the nibbles and mashed potatoes are vegan. I don't think I'll hear any complaints from the carnivore in the house, though. [Our house is definitely a mixture - one omnivore (who actually doesn't care for vegetables that much, except when I'm cooking), one strict vegan, and me (mostly ovo-lacto)].
Yes, I will be busy in the kitchen tomorrow.
I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. If you are stopping by, please let me know what's on your Thanksgiving menu.