When you order their Thanksgiving feast ($21.95), you get thick slices of tofurkey served with fluffy mashed potatoes topped with vegetarian gravy, baked candied sweet potatoes, a generous portion of stuffing, tasty green bean casserole, soft corn, and a side of a citrusy cranberry sauce.
To top it all off, dessert is included. The selection of delicious treats typically includes up to two dozen vegan and non-vegan desserts.
While many non-vegetarians have enjoyed the annual meal with us over the years, this year only two of us made it in. I've been a vegetarian for about 10 years and since going to One World on Thanksgiving Eve, I have yet to make a tofurkey.
Why bother if you can enjoy it with friends the night before?