- Sam Sifton’s Thanksgiving, which cost me and my Kindle a whopping $2.00 this weekend.
- Edie’s thoughts on hosting Thanksgiving without going crazy. It’s not so much that her timeline resembles mine in any way as much as I love reading people’s to do lists.
- And I’m hitting the turkey-day jackpot with Saveur’s Thanksgiving Menu Generator.
Though perhaps what I should be doing is getting slightly more prepared for this, my favorite holiday, which is in THREE DAYS.
I have done 0 work to get ready for Thanksgiving so far.
Actually that’s not true.
I have spaghetti pie sitting in my refrigerator, so that our regular dinner is taken care of one night this week, so that I can prep some of my Thanksgiving dishes.
I still haven’t even fully thought out my contributions to our table.
I am responsible for green bean casserole, creamed corn, and desserts.
Wooden Nickels has requested apple crisp.
I need pumpkin pie.
I made a cheesecake last year that I’d better bring this year.
And Grandma Glass of Milk always made pecan pie. I have no idea whether that was important to anyone. But Grandma Glass of Milk isn’t there anymore. So the pie better had be.
But that’s all so expected. I would love to make something a little different, too. Any ideas, dear readers?
Thanks for walking through that with me.