I hope everyone had a wonderful and joyous Thanksgiving. Is everyone feeling human again and wearing elastic waited pants? Until Wednesday at about 2:00 PM, I freaking out because I didn't know what I wanted to make for sides for Thanskgiving. I had been paniking for days. The homegirlz picked out the menu. I finally decided on the stuffing when I picked up a loaf of Asiago cheese bread at a bakery. So here's 2 days worth of mess.
Here's what we made:
Herb Roasted Turkey
Rice and Turkey Gravy Spiked with Brandy
Asiago, Sausage and Apple Stuffing
Green Bean Casserole
White Chocolate Creme Bruelee
Dateline 11/25/09 3:30 PM EST washing and drying the bird and making pecan pie.
Sauteing veggies for Asiago, sausage and apple stuffing.
Working on the stuffing.
11/26/09 Turkey Day, 9:20 AM.
The rice is cooking. How wanted mashed potatoes and gravy but these Louisiana people only believe in rice and gravy.
The green been casserole and the mac-n-cheese are ready for the oven.
The dough for the rolls is rising and the turkey necks and giblets have been roasted for drippings for gravy.
The turkey is coming along.
the stuffing is ready for the oven, just wish that turkey would hurry up!
Gorgeous day! Just wish Detroit was winning...
Teh dough has risen and I'm ready to start rolling.
The rolls are resting and we'll eat in about 45 minutes.
Gravy is ready!
Kaitlin is putting the finishing touches on the White chocolate Creme Brulee.
The real deal - Pecan Pie!
Remember - all leftovers need to be eaten by Sunday night!