Now that Halloween’s over and November is here, I have to think about the upcoming holidays (or as someone put it, the fast and furious). Thanksgiving is a particular favorite of mine; it’s when I met my partner’s family for the first time, it’s when I learned a lot about Southern food (best way to learn all about Southern food in one meal), and I’ve made a lot of traditions (for example, I am always in charge of the cranberry sauce and my cranberry lime sauce never fails). For a long time it’s been in Richmond, VA. This year it’s going to be in Chattanooga, TN, and there’s going to be *BIGGULP* seventeen *BIGGULP* people there. The good news is, I won’t be doing all the cooking, but uhm… that’s a lot of people. Maybe I should start investing in some giant pieces of tupperware. So tell me, have you made Thanksgiving dinner for that many people, and if so, what would you advise doing? (Other than making lots of pies…)
What is this?
This is my food journal, based mostly on local produce in season at Durham Farmers' Market. Sometimes I will eat out.
simplicity. eating raw. savoring the season.
Places in Durham that feed me
Durham Farmers' Market
Parker and Otis
Joe Van Gogh
King's Sandwich Shop
Geer St. Garden
Bull City Burger and Brewery
The Regulator Bookshop (it feeds my brain)