Meatless Thanksgiving by Chop Happy

Chop Happy is one of the greatest food bloggers who lives here in New York City.There are so many great food bloggers out there. One of them is Chop Happy who lives in the bright lights of New York City and The Hamptons. His dream has always been to cook, dance, uplift, and inspire people to cook and have fun. Sounds a lot like our Love Squad mentality, doesn't it?

Chop Happy has a very special way of spreading happiness and joy through his personality. We love his blog because of his mission to have fun through while cooking and enjoy life to the fullest. It’s all about delicious food and cooking for someone you love that can make the world a happier place and put more smiles on their faces.

Roasted Cauliflower Steak


"Not only is this quick and easy, it’s almost not even a recipe it’s so simple. Usually my version of a meatless meal is called potato chips! Then my life changed when I had a roasted cauliflower steak. It’s so hearty, smokey and so satisfying for dinner and of course absolutely perfect for Thanksgiving. " - Chop Happy

Vegetarian Thanksgiving by Chop Happy



1 medium to large cauliflower (cut from top to bottom into 4 thick chunks) 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoon Sherry Vinegar (or your fave vinegar) Big pinches of salt and pepper 1 tablespoon paprika 1/2 cup chopped fresh mint for garnish (or feta cheese) Instructions Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees Cut off cauliflower’s green leaves leaving core, cut into big thick slices On foil-covered baking sheet, season both sides of slices with salt and pepper (tip below) In a bowl combine olive oil, sherry vinegar and big three-finger pinches of salt and pepper Brush olive oil mixture excessively on both sides (optional – sprinkle paprika to add smokiness) Bake (top rack) 20 minutes, flip steaks, bake additional 20 minutes Serve bottom-side down, garnish with mint and olive oil – enjoy!

Cooking Tips

Season up high! Check out my tip on How to Season Your Meat – this applies to veggies too. Want to cut out a few steps? Just use Italian Dressing instead of the olive oil mixture. Check out his website to see a full video of his Roasted Cauliflower Steak Recipe.

Thanks Jay for being so inspiring to us by your very special way of spreading happiness.