Black-Eyed PeasThis flavorful recipe can be enjoyed year-round. Black-eyed peas are considered good luck in the southern United States when eaten at New Year’s. Certainly, this dish will bring you luck when shared with friends and family. Tofu and Pecan Vegetarian “Meatballs”Serve these savory “meatballs” on a bed of pasta with your favorite sauce. Serve these savory vegetarian “meatballs” on a bed of pasta with your favorite sauce.Lentil LoafRay Glend prepared this Lentil Loaf at our November 10th, 2018 Holiday Entrées cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Eggless Potato OmeletOmelets can be enjoyed for any meal, but these golden shredded potatoes, seasoned with sweet onion and loaded with fillings of your choice, are an enticing way to start the day. This recipe comes from one of our favorite chefs, Acooba Scott, who has presented at Veggie Fest.Minestrone SoupEnjoy this festive and distinctive soup as a meal in itself or as a first course to an Italian dinner. For a gluten-free version, use one of many available pastas made with rice, quinoa, corn or even lentils—and check your bouillon cube ingredients.BBQ JackfruitFrom India to North America, jackfruit lends itself to countless variations. Here, vegan chef Acooba Scott offers a satisfying filling for a meal. Go as spicy or smoky as you like! Presented by Acooba Scott at Veggie Fest 2016.Scrambled TofuA fast and reliable standby that makes an appealing high-protein meal! Scrambled tofu lends itself to many variations and is delicious when served in pita bread or on toast.Spicy ChiliA hearty pot of chili, quick and easy to prepare, is perfect for feeding a large group. Crunchy corn chips and a bowl of guacamole are perfect complements.