Sunday, November 28, 2010
This cartoon was on the editorial page of the Washington, NC newspaper.
Anyway, back to Thanksgiving. My mother-in-law makes great stuffing for the turkey. Sauteed onions and celery and sage are the flavors she uses.
Pumpkin Stuffed With Everything Good from Dorie Greenspan's new book, Around My French Table. I thought it turned out well. (Ms. Arizona reported that she made it, too, and stuffed her pumpkin with spinach, rice and craisins. Sounds heavenly.)
I stuck with the original recipe.
It was a lovely day. We missed seeing the Ex-Ex's sister, her husband and their son. Nephew recently picked up and moved to Colorado to look for a job. Sister and Brother-in-law were home nursing a cat with a broken jaw. I had no idea that cats could break their jaws, but evidently it can happen although they do not know how it occurred in this particular case. Hopefully, we will see them at Christmas, which is just around the corner.
Oops! I shouldn't forget to tell about my mother-in-law's cinnamon rolls...
They are vraiment bon. With a cup of hot coffee. The smell of baking turkey in the background. Ahhh...
Bon appétit, Pilgrims everywhere!