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6 Last-Minute Holiday Side Dishes from the Jazzy Vegetarian

In a pinch for holiday entertaining? Try one of these quick but impressive side dishes from The Jazzy Vegetarian.

The holidays are always full of surprises—unexpected guests, kitchen mishaps, and ravaged store shelves can make party-planning stressful. Fortunately, Laura Theodore, star of the cooking show Jazzy Vegetarian, is here to save the day with an array of easy, satisfying, cruelty-free dishes that are guaranteed to wow guests without wearing you out. Since her television debut on October 1, the Jazzy Vegetarian has been sharing her delicious plant-based recipes with viewers across the country. Next up for the cooking-show star: seasons two and three, as well as a slew of inspiring guests like John Salley, Robert Cheeke, and Jim Brickman for her radio show on Blog Talk Radio. Now, Theodore is here to offer VegNews readers her entertaining expertise and make your holiday spread look screenworthy and taste out of this world.

The Jazzy Vegetarian's Holiday Menu:

Mashed Cauliflower, Potatoes, and Baked Garlic

Creamy Carrot and Potato Holiday Bisque

Petite Peas and Parsnips

Sweet Leeks with Raisins

Savory Walnut-Mushroom Stuffing

Baby Artichokes Marinara

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