Here's some of what I contributed to the Thanksgiving feast:
4 loaves of bread, each different. I really can't get enough of baking bread, and it sure doesn't hurt that I really love eating it, too! I also made pecan pie (which came out too runny) and roasted brussels sprouts ala Eunny Knits, which I've discovered I really love. And they're so easy to make, and ridiculously cheap to buy (99cents a pound at my local grocery store), so there's really no reason not to eat them more.
Besides cooking and eating I've been knitting and spending time with my family a ton. I've finished a few projects that I still need to photograph for the blog, and I have at least 3 patterns that are *this close* to done . . . if only I didn't have to go to work, I would get so much more done!
MMMmmmm bread… The roasted brussel sprouts I don’t think I’d be too into.
Did you go to the Thanksgiving day parade? :) I went for the last 20 minutes of it – just in time to see Kermit and Santa, but at least I avoided the crowds (for the most part!)
November 24, 2007
Bread looks wonderful. Thanks for the link to the brussels sprouts recipe. it looks wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving