Prioritize plants for healthy holiday cooking
By putting veggies front and center, everyone benefits — including the environment

When it comes to holiday meals, meat is usually the star of the show — with starches playing a supporting role. This year, consider turning tradition around and prioritize plants. You’ll wow guests with the variety of colors and flavors, all while serving them nutritious, vegetable-filled fare with minimal meat – better for both you and the environment.
Not sure how to host without a roast? The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has created nourishing dishes that add up to one healthy holiday meal bursting with delicious flavor. These recipes can also be made in advance, helping to make your holidays less hectic.