I sit here writing this while enjoying my first Chestnut Praline Latte of the season. Somehow, Michigan was randomly selected as one of the places to product test last year, so I drank approximately 8 billion last year and have been impatiently waiting 9 months to be
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I’d like to say this gravy is equally as exciting as a CPL, but I’ll be honest: it’s not. This gravy is something that comes together pretty quickly and easily, so it doesn’t have the same get-it-while-it-lasts excitement, but it is packed with delicious, gravy-y flavor. Yup. Gravy-y. So nice I had to extra adjective it. Some people might be tempted to call this a sauce, but those people are wrong. It tastes like gravy, no getting around it. And it’s tasty on top of potatoes, no way around that either.
Not that you’d want to go around potatoes. I recommend you dive directly into them. This is a great vegetarian/vegan alternative to gravy on Thanksgiving (or any day!), but I wouldn’t limit it to just the vegetarians. Josh was drowning his potatoes and saying he would pass on turkey gravy in exchange for this. That’s saying a lot, folks. He has so few opportunities to indulge in his omnivore ways that if he’s actively passing one up, you know this is a winning recipe.
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