Hi everyone! Now I know we're maybe a little tired of leftovers right now, but I did promise to show you all my food and table. The weather was amazing! I don't make this stuff up. Definitely an evening for our first glass of wine out on the deck at sunset.
Then, light the candles on the table:
Mel & Kelley mentioned they wouldn't have time to walk on the beach when expecting holiday guests. My answer is--first, I make a lot of lists, including what has to be completed each day before the holiday. And this year I listened to Mel and asked my various guests to bring some of the food. This worked out really well. And they brought the food in lovely serving dishes, another big help.
Mushrooms with spinach/ ricotta/ parm stuffing.
Roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and pine nuts.
An assortment of wine.
Including this lovely French rose for me, as I don't like red wine.
I did just the turkey and gravy.
And roasted butternut squash with apples, cranberries, and pumpkin seeds.
Stuffing [cornbread and chestnuts.]
The turkey was very moist and tender. I had a nice amount of leftovers to share and send home with my guests.
I forgot to take a picture of the amazing pumpkin cheesecake from LK! We ate it ALL, it was amazing. She even brought whipped cream.
Today was cooler but sunny and nice. The flea was bustling but the junk was, well, junky. The dealers need new stuff! I was looking for old pink or silver ornaments, but no.
There was a fun turkey platter! Modern? maybe Italian?
and a booth with unusual and very lovely India textiles, similar to my Thanksgiving table runner, which is a patchwork of embroidered sari remnants.
Let's hope next week, maybe the last!?, has better pickings.
gone to the beach..........
PS: The Goose Family.
The parents have their wings around Baby, but c'mon! Give the little guy a bow. Yeesh.
|''oooh, yummy! Mommy put the turkey bones in the garbage|
and I GOT INTO it and ate and ate and ate.
Now I have a turkey hangover.