In this issue, we’ve got more Thanksgiving updates, adjusted holiday business hours, and we say goodbye to this food truck. But first…
Happy Thanksgiving from Austin Veg News! It’s been a tough year, to say the least, and pandemic fatigue is a real thing. If you’re going to spend time with family Thanksgiving this year, please consider following the CDC’s guidelines:
- Wear a mask.
- Stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you.
- Wash your hands.
In the previous link, they also share guidelines around:
- Attending a gathering
- Hosting a Thanksgiving gathering
- Other Thanksgiving activities to consider
In Austin Veg News
Rachel Musquiz sadly says she’s closing the Curcuma food truck. Its last day open will be Sunday, December 13. The brand will continue through its products.
Big Nonna’s is curbside only now.
Austin Veg in the Media
KXAN’s Studio 512 covers Prep to Your Door in “Have A Vegan Thanksgiving Meal With Prep To Your Door.”
Attending Veg Events
This week’s big event is Thanksgiving, also known as Thanksliving and Friendsgiving. You probably want to know if and where you can still order food. Well, if you missed it, we keep a list at “Where to Get Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner in Austin.”
We also started curating a list of holiday hours on Instagram for your convenience.
Be sure to check back on both lists as we’ll keep them updated.
Central Texas Pig Rescue is hosting a virtual screen of “The Last Pig” film November 27 – December 4. See their post for tickets and details.
Austin Veg Delights
The Vegan Rainbow shares her “Easy Classic Stuffing Recipe” on YouTube.
Austin Veg Jobs
The Vegan Yacht and Maha Market are looking for help.
Not Exactly Austin Veg, but…
VegNews Magazine shares “7 Tricks for Surviving Thanksgiving As a Vegan.”
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