Saturday, October 9, 2010
Thanksgiving Turkey Made in Canada
We'll start with homemade butternut squash soup served with a dollop of yogurt and maple syrup....the real stuff! And on to turkey, dressing, potatoes, baked squash, green beans and carrots mixed with butter, lemon and a dash of brandy; and not to forget broccoli au gratin! Plus rolls, beets, reslishes, pickles. Oh, yes, cranberry sauce and cabbage rolls. Think that should weight them down for a day or two!
I do my thanksgiving dinner on Saturday as my children have in-laws and their father's to attend as well....so they will be doing the 'turkey trot' for two more days.
We will be taking dessert away to my son-in-laws sisters as she is having a dinner today also .... so time for the turkey to settle before the pies, cakes and creams.
Tomorrow I am going to sleep all day and eat nothing!
Yesterday Jerry was wondering if 'anything' was made in USA or Canada anymore. I do know Thomas is Canadian - he came from a farm near by, but I cannot attest to his feed, I hope it was Canadian. I have some thoughts on imported goods to our country; perhaps tomorrow.