All of a sudden it's time for Thanksgiving! Can you believe it? Are you ready?
And all of a sudden we're hosting the family, and some friends, all together 14 people if everyone comes. Which is awesome, and I can't even express how much I'm looking forward to it, but it is going to take some doing to pull off. Good thing my son Zach is coming home from college for the first time on Wednesday, (yay!), another set of hands that like cooking will be helpful.
I've dug out my recipes, made my list, now to steel myself for a trip to the store tomorrow.
Here's some of what I'm making, I recommend all these recipes, I've used them before in case you're looking for something yummy to try this year:
One new thing I'm trying is Thanksgiving Star Cider, I have a feeling I'll be needing it...
We're also having plumbing issues (of course), and I have a big hole in the kitchen ceiling, lovely, so very very appetizing.
Hopefully this will go off better than the first time we ever hosted Thanksgiving when our stove element decided to go out in the middle of cooking the turkey. Yes, we finished the whole thing by turning the broiler on and off every ten minutes for hours. It actually turned out pretty well considering.
In case you're looking for music for the holiday, you gotta check out the NPR All Songs Considered
Songs for Stuffing Thanksgiving Mix. It's awesome, and includes Alice's Restaurant naturally...
Hope if you're celebrating Thanksgiving this week it is filled with peace, joy and fabulous food.