For those who already read Seema and RS post and have made up your mind to join in, I can’t wait to read you all
Those who are not aware of those posts, this is about the yearly tradition that has become so close to heart for some of us bloggers.
The tradition of welcoming the new year and celebrating January with blogathon. Please read the rules in Seema’s post and join in. This is the best time for you to dust the cobwebs off your blog.
Hope to see you all there!
Better late than never has become the motto of this blog. Recording Thanksgiving 2019 in my very own little space for posterity sake.
A friend family spent thanksgiving with us. They stayed with us for a night and we cooked a storm for thanksgiving spread. The friend wanted to try turkey roast but we settled on chicken. It didn’t come out perfect, not everyone liked it but I would say it turned out decent enough for first attempt.
From left to right:
Lasagna (I burned it little in broil mode) – Adi’s and friend’s daughters made this
Baked cauliflower in white sauce
Challah bread – Adi brushed the bread with garlic/butter and baked it
Chicken roast pan dripping gravy
Whole chicken roast
Moong dal Kosambari (garnished with pomegranate)
Stuffing mix with onions and celery
We started cooking the feast at about 1pm after a heavy breakfast and had dinner at 6:30pm. Each of us shared what we are thankful for before the meal and had a great chat at the table.
I am thankful for too many things to count. Family’s good health, kids, safety, friends, job, extended family and many more. It is a wonderful life and let’s be thankful for all that is offered to us every single day.
Happy thanksgiving to all my readers!