The Angry Chef will tell you: Mice are nosy creatures.
It’s true. I’m always interested in seeing what other folks do in their kitchens, put on their tables, and eat when they celebrate.
So…thanks so much to everyone who sent me their Thanksgiving photos!
Here’s a peek at how some fellow bloggers and foodies celebrated last week, in case you guys are looking for some early holiday-dinner inspiration.
(If you missed our untraditional Thanksgiving feast—which was all appetizers and desserts—take a peek here.)
Thanksgiving 2008: A Photographic Feast: Let the photo feasting begin!
Rosa, from Rosa’s Yummy Yums, made a stunning Pumpkin Bread Pudding With Caramel Sauce from Bon Appetit 2000.
Rachel from Coconut & Lime sent me her Ginger Lime Spiked Cranberry Sauce, which sounds like it’s right up my alley.
Christina from Mele Cotte whipped up this gorgeous Herb & Garlic Roasted Cornish Hen with Pomegranate Pistachio Couscous.
Debbie from The Friday Friends made one of the best looking turkeys I’ve seen in quite some time.
My pal Zena made a turducken (that’s a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey). She said, “It was good, but for the price, we wouldn’t do it again.” It sounds like next year, they’ll stick with their old standby, a deep-fried turkey! (No complaints here!)
Gabi from Mamaliga (who also has a fabulous Hungarian grandmother, just like me!) made these Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts and Pancetta.
Mara from What’s For Dinner? sent in this yummy looking Cheddar-Corn Pudding. Thanks, Mara!
Now, Thanksgiving doesn’t always mean roasted birds (as we can attest to with our Thanksgiving dinner).
Foong from The Food Site celebrated in Penang with a Christmas-themed feast hosted by The Brasserrie at Traders Hotel. Here’s her white tuna, salmon, tuna and unagi starter:
And a super yummy-looking sushi buffet:
Her main course was Steamed Cod Fish with King Prawns, Lobster, Vegetables and Pepper Coulis:
For dessert, she had a Bomb Alaska, whipped up by the chef at the dessert station:
And last but not least, let’s not forget the leftovers!
Kevin from Practical Hacks sent in this yummy-looking panini made with Thanksgiving leftovers. Clearly, the fun is not *all* in the feasting itself.
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday!
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