It seems fitting to post this lovely vintage magazine advertisement with pumpkin pies on the counter and turkey ready to go into the oven to roast...It is Thanksgiving week here in the U.S. I have a turkey breast in the fridge thawing even as I write and my menu is written down, all except for 1 side dish. I'm unsure which I shall make at the moment, but I've plenty of things to choose from.
We've just had a lovely Shabat in our home. More and more often I find I indulge in a long nap mid-afternoon, something I don't typically allow myself, but somehow it never affects my rest Saturday night. I always take the nap as a blessing.
You'll find fewer meals than usual on my menu this week. John will be working tomorrow and Thursday. I'll have dinner at my mom's, where a very small immediate family gathering is planned for Thursday and there will be leftovers for Sunday (tomorrow). Friday I'm making a small Thanksgiving Meal for us. I plan to have leftovers on Saturday so no menu for that day either.
I've had a little help planning meals...John's sitting here beside me watching TV and just mentioned two meals he'd like to have. He doesn't know what a help he's been!
Breakfast: Eggs and toast (x2)
Breakfast sandwiches (Spam, Eggs, Cheese), and Juice
Cheese Eggs, Grits, Toast
Homemade Biscuits, Turkey Sausage
Cinnamon Rolls, Smoked Beef Sausages (X2)
Supper: Grilled Cheese
Creamy Potato Soup
Chicken Sandwich, Chips
Personal Pan Pizza
Turkey Sandwiches (x2)
Spaghetti and Meatballs, Salad, Garlic Bread
Vegetable Soup and Cornbread
Meatball Subs, Chips, Pickles
dinner at Mama's
Turkey, Stuffing, Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Beans with Mushrooms, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce and Pumpkin Pie,
Jobs This Week
Last Week's Jobs:
Plant daffodils and iris, at least some of them.
Decide just how I want to decorate this year and gather my inspiration photos, my materials and such. Thanksgiving Table only thus far.
Plant iris and daffodil
Clean out the dishes and glassware cabinets in the kitchen
Tag ten items for the booth