A time for feasting is how I think about Thanksgiving, and this holiday was no different. I was careful though this past weekend as I was wanting to focus on the people we were sharing our Thanksgiving with. Hence...not very many pictures, but, a slew of yummy dishes, and tons of fun to make and share with friends we feel are really more like family.
Friday Dinner, Thai Green Curry with chicken served with Basmati Rice
Saturday Dinner, 20oz Ribeye steaks with Jumbo Shrimp, Corn on the Cob with grilled Portobello Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions
|20oz Ribeye Beauties|
Sunday Morning before our trip to the waterfalls
Breakfast of Basque Eggs on a Nest of Ham and Homemade Latkes (Potato Pancakes)
Starter of Grilled Cedar Plank Maple Glazed Salmon with Lemon & Dill with Caesar Salad. (It was the best I have had, thank you to our friends who brought and made it, yumO!).
Roast Turkey stuffed with Apricot, Pork Sausage & Sage Dressing, Oven Stuffing, Homemade Cranberry Sauce, Steamed Whole head of Cauliflower with Brown Butter and Lemon Sauce with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Uh, Hello! Can you believe we didn't even get a shot of the turkey! grumble-grumble-grumble, I thought if nothing else at least a pic of the turkey! : ) Oh well...There is always American Thanksgiving!
Fresh Baked Strawberry Muffins
Scrambled eggs (made the best way) (The Gordon Ramsay Way! He's awesome even when burning toast) with chopped scallions (If you have watched the video...just so you know, I don't do the Creme Fraiche as it is too um, impossible to find but you can find recipes online to make it, I just haven't yet)
To Go : (
For our dear friends for their trip home, why Turkey Sandwiches of course!! I forgot the mini chocolate bars : ( Whoops! Sorry guys!