Glitter feather tutorial from Ryan and Michelle
Crossing off another holiday resolution by making all your Thanksgiving recipes — ALL of them. So thank you again.
Listening to Apron Rock: Music to Cook By (Rdio too)
Feeling grateful for the sweet little boy, my pie-baking friends, and several hours to clean up before they come over.
It’s fun to have a traditional Thanksgiving with all the trimmings, but one of the nicest Thanksgivings I ever had was with a boy who was leaving for a trip around the world a few days later, and moving away from the city for good. We walked around San Francisco holding hands and talking, found an Indian food place that was open, and toasted each other with Mango Lassis under white twinkle lights.
Wherever you are this year, I hope you find a way to make it just right. Happy Thanksgiving, sweet things.
4 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving, Turkeys”
The best Thanksgivings are the low key ones! Have a great day, Maggie. And thanks for the joy you bring to my life through sharing yours.
Low key is amazing but it also helps to spend it with amazing people- be it friends, family, or that one boy who’s about to leave to travel the world. After a lot of single holidays, I’m convinced its the people and not all the hubbub that makes it really special. (And I would totally spend Christmas like that with you any time, says the single Jew- so you’ve got an open invitation to do something random with me here in LA if you’d like!)
Oh my goodness, I used the bourbon brine on the turkey that my husband and I killed ourselves (hooray for eating really REALLY local) and IT WAS AMAZING. So delicious. For real the best brine recipe.
You’ve got to love unexpected but treasured moments like that. I hope this year’s Thanksgiving was just as wonderful for you!