Status Report 1

As of 1700 hours, Wednesday:

– Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie, check

– Frozen Key Lime Pie, check

– Corn bread for stuffing, check

– Cranberry Sauce from scratch, check

– Candied nuts and pretzels for snacking, check

– Carrot Soup, check

– Find out we’re having more guests for dessert, check

– Make apple cobbler, in the oven at present

Left to do:

– Make stuffing

– Brine turkey

– Sweet potato casserole

– Brussels Sprouts

– Pop-overs

– Breed family love and harmony through the love of food. (Sayeth my mom, "Everyone in this family’s on a diet except you!") (Sayeth my grandmother, "It’s only one dinner Mister Boss" (after I told her how to peel an apple.) Sayeth me, "My back hurts but I’m heading back downstairs to start the stufifng."

Good luck and happy THanksgiving everyone!

9 thoughts on “Status Report 1”

  1. I’ve got my turkey brining away, most everything is done, actually, for the first time since I’ve been cooking the dinner. It’s the way I wanted it this year. Saw a quote in this year’s Denver Post section last week: “Because the truth is, Thanksgiving isn’t about the food. It’s about time around the table with the people you love most. This year, make it special by keeping it simple.”

    I mean, yeah, it’s about the food, too, but the past few years it’s just been a lot of work, and different cooking times, etc. I figured I’d want as much of it done as possible so I didn’t have to mess with it and just enjoy the day.

    I hope you enjoy it and your family too. Sounds like you’re well on your way. :)

  2. Oooh… I can’t wait to see how it goes. All the best to you and your family on Turkey Day!!

    (I’ll keep my fingers crossed on the turkey.)

  3. Oh, you poor boy! I’m exhausted after making enough of one dish for an entire week–I can’t imagine how exhausted you must be.

    I hope that you get to taste all the great food that you worked so hard to make and that you enjoy the time with your family.

    Happy Thanksgiving! :)

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