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November 26, 2008


Jill Hurst-Wahl

We tend to do a non-traditional Thanksgiving (a tradition I stated with my mother many years ago, where we would go out to each on Thanksgiving and order anything but turkey). This year, I did a quiche for dinner that contained scallops, bacon, mushrooms, onion and Swiss cheese. Excellent! We opened a 2006 Swedish Hill Riesling to go along with it. After our dinner, we went to a friend's house for a community dessert-sharing.

Of course,the kitchen has been busy with baking and this week we've -- yes, we both bake -- done pumpkin bread, apple pie and sweet potato pie!


We had turkey (our own pasture raised bird!), butternut squash and potatoes (Casey's in Apulia-we ate ours and Stones Throws already). Applesauce (otisco), Walnut Sausage stuffing (walnuts not ours, sausage (from our pasture raised pigs, and rest of ingredients and herbs, ours!!!
Apple Crisp, pumpkin pie and a yummy chocolate desert my mom made.
Rolls and butter (my homemade butter and homemade rolls)
Cider (Deer run)
Wine, fingerlakes
Milk, fresh from our cow that morning!

Most of it was within 7 miles of us. Very happy with that. An excellent dinner, moist turkey (of course!) and the best company.
We have a lot to be thankful for.

Bob LaGatta

I don’t know on how I stumbled upon this cooking blog., All I know is that I’d better check out the archives for a good read. Ha-ha! Just droppin’ to say hi!
Oh. You might want to check this out: for uhm…a different “menu.”

Right Culinary School

Its a great menu. I hope you enjoyed Thanksgiving day.

Thanks for sharing.

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