Tofurkey with mushroom gravy
In case you're curious, the Tofurkey at Thanksgiving was much better than expected. In taste and texture, it was surprisingly passable. It's not shaped like a turkey. It comes as a loaf with a delicious wild rice stuffing in the center. Ironically, it's local too! Tofurkey is made just up the road in Hood River, OR.
Decent though it was, one slice was enough for me. The rest was enjoyed by the DH throughout the week. He insists that it was even better cold, straight from the fridge. A fun experiment, but I still prefer the sides.
I comprised the pretty centerpiece below from cuttings made during a walk earlier that day. Crabapples, rose hips, black eyed Susans, daisies, snow berries? (I'm not sure what the white ones are) and evergreens. It will be interesting to see what's available at Christmas, just one month later.
Have you tried Tofurkey? OR...what's available outside right now for you to use in an arrangement?