Thanksgiving Recipes from the Bastyr Dining Commons

Bastyr University chefs Jim Watkins and Paul Douglas with KOMO/4 anchor Molly Sh

The Bastyr University community had a lot of thanks to give on November 10, 2011, when the dining commons presented an early Thanksgiving meal featuring vegetarian, vegan and healthy traditional menus.

Although this was the first year the smell of turkey wafted through the Bastyr Dining Commons after Food Services Director Jim Watkins introduced animal protein to the menu in April, most of the side dishes and desserts were both vegetarian- and vegan-friendly.

The event was such a hit, KOMO/4 asked Watkins to explain the various menus to its viewers during the morning news on November 17, which you can watch on the Bastyr YouTube channel.

But more importantly, we’ve also got the recipes:

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