Thursday, December 1, 2011

It’s that holiday season.

Courtney and I hosted thanksgiving dinner at our place. After last year’s boring turkey day in Savannah, I was thrilled to be able to have people over to celebrate. Mom and Nikki came over, as did some friends from the vineyard and some friends from the new place of employment. I cooked all day, and we ended up with a rocking feast!

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Out of our kitchen the menu was:

-Roasted garlic/rubbed sage turkey breast

-Sweet bbq ham

-Mashed cauliflower

-Bacon wrapped dates

-Roasted root veggies

-Apple/sausage quinoa

-Birdie seed bars

And to accompany all this our friends and family brought:

-Mac & Cheese

-Chicken enchilada casserole

-Classic sweet potatoes

- Salad

- Flourless chocolate cake

- Espresso/chocolate balls

- A whole gaggle of wine.

 

As expected – everybody over-ate, had a good time, drank, and was merry.

I had a blast, and can’t wait to do it again next year!

3 comments:

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

What a feed! But, Tombo, my friend, you need a bigger dining table!

Anonymous said...

Looks like everyone had a grand time.

Steve in Germany

StroBeriTwist said...

Your menu sound delish!
The header picture is mesmerizing, colors are amazing, as well as the tininess of the town in comparison to the sky.
Your pictures are quiet impressive overall, gave me look into places I've never been, nature I've never personally seen (=