Once again, Luke and I decided against overpriced holiday travel and opted to prepare our own little Thanksgiving feast. This year, I made stuffing from scratch!
And pies, of course! Partially from scratch. Still can't bring myself to attempt a homemade crust.
We also realized that we were missing some imperative T-giving items: extra garbage bags and aluminum foil. Braving the parade crowds to reach the corner store wasn't exactly my idea of a good time, but we caught a few glimpses of the Macy's Day Parade floats.
Finally turkey time arrived! Mind you, we have neither the biggest kitchen nor a plethora of serving bowls and utensils. But we didn't let that bring us down. It was delicious!
After our Tgiving-for-two, we headed downtown to Soho for Tgiving-take-two, this time with friends who were also staying in the city. An orphan's Thanksgiving, if you will. Lots of amazing food and more creative uses of pans, counters, tiny stoves and window ledges. Check out Eat Your Chow for the scrumptious summary!
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!