Thanksgiving is a bit of a Busman’s Holiday for food bloggers, consequently I’m spending today in the kitchen. In lieu of a post, here’s a photo for quiet contemplation. I can promise you that the Union Square Farmers’ Market in New York City was anything but quiet this morning, but I survived.
Here’s our Thanksgiving menu this year:
Daniel Boulud’s Chestnut Soup which I found via Food News Journal
A Heritage Turkey from D’Artangnan
A traditional Sage, Celery and Bread Stuffing
Cranberry Port Gelée from Canal House Cooking Vol. 2
A Warm Salad of Autumn Greens with a Plum Vinaigrette from Fine Cooking
Brussels Sprouts for People Who Think They Don’t Like Them
and my Mother’s fabulous pies, Mincemeat (with real meat!) and Pumpkin.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!