kiridono at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 21:48:23 PST 2008
I second that emotion, as the song goes! You all are the greatest...you're
good friends, even though there are many of you I haven't met in
person...though I feel I know you quite well. It is friends like you that
make me so very thankful at this time of the year.
I hope each of you has a wonderful Thanksgiving...Phillip and I are going to
have a "snowed in" weekend...we're just going to stay home, maybe go to a
movie Friday or Saturday, and possibly the Calvert Hospice's Festival of
Trees on Saturday...my god-daughter's school choir is one of the groups
performing there! But mostly it's just going to be time together for the
two of us between two weeks when he's on travel.
On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 10:53 PM, Kingstaste <kingstaste at comcast.net> wrote:
> Ok, so I've jumped on the cranberry bandwagon. We're going out to be
> and Mrs. C tomorrow, so I'm not cooking. But somehow, not cooking on a
> night when EVERYONE else in America IS cooking just seemed wrong, and I had
> these cranberries and other fruits....
> So I have a fruit compote bubbling merrily away on the stove right now.
> Cranberries, oranges, orange zest, a pink grapefruit, 3 kinds of apples,
> some blueberries, ginger, allspice, cloves, and cinnamon, and agave nectar.
> Oh, and just a touch of maple syrup. I think I have some blueberry brandy
> to finish it with, or maybe even some Chambord. I'll have to dig in my
> dusty liqueur bottles and see what odd things are down there.
> I made turkey thighs and roasted root vegetables the other night, and I'm
> thinking about making a batch of wild rice or maybe a blend yet tonight.
> I should be all set for leftovers, without having the feast here! LOL
> Happy Thanksgiving, Cooks! As always, I am very thankful for this list - my
> goodness, how many years now? It boggles the mind!
> Be safe, cook well, and pace yourself!
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