Thursday, November 28, 2013

Feast. It's what's for dinner ...

Turkey with ginger teriyaki cure ("rub" for BBQ folks)?  Check.

Aunt Charlotte's dinner rolls rising?  Check.

Cornbread stuffing?  Check.

Cranberry relish?  Check.

Mashed Potatoes?  Don't know - we'll see how much food we need.

Some sort of vegetation?  Yeah, fatherly duty and all that.

Sir Anthony van Dyck, Floris Claesz

Oh, and the family.  That makes it.  Err, and a nice bottle of chilled Blanc de Noir (a French sparkling wine made from the Pinot Noir grape, in the Champagne style).

I hope you all have a similarly rewarding feast.


R.K. Brumbelow said...

I had to MaryB's biscuits and some chicken and bean soup, oh and Tang. I did get a call from my crazy aunt. Spent most of the day listening to 'The Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein'

#agoraphobia #resettingexpectations #RAHeinlein

Sdv1949 said...

Red Stuff (cranberry relish) is the only required food for my extended family's Thanksgiving. It was served on Nebraska, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Iowa and Minnesota tables yesterday.