[Sca-cooks] Thanksgiving menu
kiridono at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 11:21:16 PST 2007
Well, our plans got changed because I have a really nasty cold and
sore throat...and, quite frankly, don't feel like fixing anything!!
So, instead of going to a friend's house for dinner, my wonderful
husband is going to make beef strogonoff for today. Later, probably
tomorrow, I'll make the buttermilk-cardamom pie (going to try it with
Splenda) and do the turkey from Saveur and the rest of our dinner on
Sunday. Wish me luck!!
On Nov 22, 2007 12:38 PM, Anne-Marie Rousseau <dailleurs at liripipe.com> wrote:
> We're small (only three people) this year and its been a rough couple of
> months work wise for me, so I told my mom she had a choice between going to
> a restaurant or letting me do experimental food.
> She wisely went with option B :)
> We're having
> Mushroom pate (which apparently defines thanksgiving for my mom...I told her
> she could pick ONE thing from our traditional menu that I'd make :)) as an
> a pork loin roast, stuffed with gorgonzola and fig, with a balsamic
> reduction sauce (totally experimental...I've seen recipes for similar things
> but I'll figure it out as I go along ;))
> Oven roasted root veggies (mmm parsnips, with sweet tater, white tater and
> carrots) with roast brussel sprouts (they looked lovely in the store)
> Acorn squash halves, stuffed with a wild rice pilaf that was made with
> orange juice, cranberries and pecans (reminds me...need to get the rice
> cooker going...)
> For dessert, a glass of good port and a single home made truffles, alongside
> pears poached in Riesling (or a pear crisp, whichever the muse tells me to
> Whee! I love playing in the kitchen :)
> --Anne-Marie, in Seattle where its bright blue sky and frosty out. Lovely!
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