Tuesday, October 10, 2006

A Better Thanksgiving



We celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday with our other fellow Canadians here and it was a fabulous meal. It was better this year because we didn't bother with trying for a turkey. Instead we had yummy, plump roasted chicken! And when you're eating chicken with stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes - it's not too much of a stretch to imagine it's actually turkey. Also last year Ruth and I did a lot more of the cooking so we were totally exhausted by the time we got to eat. This time I just did the sweet potatoes and she did the pumpkin pies. The Peters's excellent cook Carmela did the rest, except Jessica made the stuffing. I skipped my usual pumpkin cheesecake because really who needs pumpkin pie AND cheesecake? Especially after stuffing yourself on the main course. Blaise's favorite part was my corn cob, that kept him busy gnawing for a good 20 minutes. So here's to our 2nd Thanksgiving in Guatemala! Hope everyone else's was wonderful too.

4 comments:

littledeb_04@yahoo.ca said...

Definately a more prosperous looking thanksgiving than last year...however...last year you did a very creative dinner as well

Sirdar said...

It all looks pretty good. Nice looking pumkin pies!! Glad you could all get together and do Thanksgiving proud.

saison said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Dean and in celebrated in Banff for our Anniversary/Thanksgiving. It was Great! Beautiful fall weather perfect for hiking!

April said...

Fun! Luckily I had Deanna to make the pies and we did the cranberry sauce and stuffing the day before.