Over the next few days including on Thursday, I hope to share some of the Thanksgiving posts going out in the community.. And I have a lovely treat for you in the form of a delicious soup that you might like to make before Thursday to enjoy with your family and friends. Posted by Linda Lee Greene, here is a Farm House Cheese Recipe.
Winter, and especially the high-holiday season that is winter’s centerpiece, brings with it for me an air of nostalgia, a wistfulness for the Thanksgiving Days of old, the days when at the end of a long country lane, the white square farmhouse of my maternal grandparents came into view, and within its walls my large family would soon gather around an immense table groaning with a homegrown Thanksgiving meal. With the elapsing of time, the torch has passed to my aunts and uncles, and then to the members of my generation. The work of keeping the traditions of our family alive and well continues to be handed down. This Thanksgiving my immediate family will gather at the home of my daughter, Elizabeth, the person who often as not, has hosted our celebration for several years. I am so grateful for the young people of my family, and for the time and space to hunker into the winter of my life, to gather my provisions, as well as to relax into my unbound hours and make the most of them.
Head over to read the rest of this lovely nostalgic post and get the recipe for this delicious looking soup: Thanksgiving Farmhouse Cheese Soup
A selection of books by Linda Lee Green
The next blogger with something that is Thanksgiving themed is John Rieber who travels the world looking for great food and events to share with us. John shares two very special side dishes to make for Thursday and here is a spoonful to whet your appetite…You will need to head over to John’s to get the full story and the recipes.
Two Side Dishes To Make This Thanksgiving! Paris Potato Cake! White Castle Stuffing Too!
Bite Into This Iconic “Potato Cake” For Thanksgiving!
Yes, the Thanksgiving Day menu planning is underway.
I love potatoes, and this is my all-time favorite dish – a “gateau de pommes de terre” – a “potato cake!”
It’s a dish I first had in Paris with my wife Alex at the legendary bistro Chez L’Ami Louis, home of the $125 chicken:
Please head over to read more about the origins of the two dishes and grab the recipes: John Rieber with Paris Potato Cake and White Castle Stuffing for Thanksgiving
About John Rieber – @JohnRieber
I love great food, interesting books, fascinating travel, outrageous movies, and bacon, especially when it sits on top of a great cheeseburger! I work in entertainment – and I have been lucky enough to interview some really talented Artists – that guides my posts: interesting and provocative movies, music, social media and of course, food, since I believe strongly in the maxim, “everyone eats!”
I went browsing in the reader and discovered this post which would certainly impress your guests…a great idea for pre-dinner snacks and you could make your own adaptation..this from Mary of Home is Where the Boat is…
Turkey Snack Board for Thanksgiving
Happy Monday! This turkey snack board is an easy way to entertain family or friends over Thanksgiving, and is as fun to make as it is to eat! To begin, start with a wood board or serving tray of your choice and a pear to create your turkey.
To find out all about the ingredients for the snack board head over to read the rest of the post: Thanksgiving Turkey Snack Board
When you head over check out Mary’s other Thanksgiving posts including one on decorating the table: Home is Where the Boat is.
And this week on Colleen’s Tuesday Poetry Challenge 155 we have been given a choice.. to use our syllables to create a poem with a ‘Thanksgiving Theme’ or synonyms for two prompt words ‘End and Hurry’. If you would like to participate you have until Sunday..
Hi! I’m glad to see you here. Are you ready to write some syllabic poetry?
This week you have a choice. You can write about the #Theme of Thanksgiving (thankful, grateful, family, etc. whatever that word means to you)
here are your two words for this week:
“End & Hurry”
HERE’S THE CATCH: You can’t use the prompt words! SYNONYMS ONLY!
Please head over to find out more: Colleen’s Tuesday Poetry Challenge 155
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope that you will head over to enjoy these posts in full..Thanks Sally.
And if you have written a post on the subject of Thanksgiving please share the link with me in the comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org so I can include in the Blogger Daily this week.