[Sca-cooks] The 50th annual SCA-Cooks Thanksgiving list!
irmgart at gmail.com
Mon Nov 20 13:14:13 PST 2006
Its just my husband and me this year, so I'm making:
1/2 pork loin, butterflied, rubbed with garlic, rosemary and spicy mustard
and rolled back up, then roasted
sausage cornbread dressing (1/2 recipe)
green beans sauteed with onions and garlic
thin sliced turnips baked with butter, salt and pepper
cranberry orange relish (unless my husband whines sufficiently, then it'll
be cooked cranberry orange mush)
rolls from the German bakery
sweet potato pie made by a friend of my husband
If I'm 1) feeling froggy on Wednesdsay, and 2) can either get the bowl of my
mixer off the stand or 3) can get my husband to get it off the stand, I may
make bread myself instead of getting it from the bakery. I may go to the
bakery anyway for yummy pastries to "tide me over" during the cooking.
On 11/20/06, Michael Gunter <countgunthar at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Well, it feels like 50 years to me.
> So, what are y'all making for Thanksgiving?
> On T-Day itself, my lady and I will be going to a Household dinner
> so we'll be bringing a couple of potluck items.
> I'm bringing my crustless mushroom quiche, homemade cranberry
> sauce, cornbread dressing.
> April will bring sweet potato casserole and pumpkin tarts. Maybe
> something else.
> On Friday she and I will cook our own Thanksgiving dinner (we
> love leftovers) with a free-range fresh brined turkey, cornbread
> dressing, potatoes, giblet gravy, turnips, oven roasted green beans
> with shiitake mushrooms, and pie of some sort. Of course the
> menu will change but this is the basic outline.
> So, whatcha bringing?
> (PS, April and I just got back from attending the wedding of my
> Queen and former lady, Sara Penrose, this weekend. It was a beautiful
> ceremony and she is wedding the perfect guy for her. I wish them
> the most wonderful future. Obligatory food content: They married in
> a pretty cool restaurant and the dinner was magnificant!)
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