Joining up with Ginny’s Yarn Along, and Frontier Dreams for the KCCOÂ – Pausing from the work of the day to work onÂ a warmer version of this scarfÂ for a bit this morning – more Christmas gift knitting, of course.
The kids and I are still on a seasonal/ethical eating kick, and after finishing Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, we have started this book CD, and I’ve been thumbing throughÂ Edible Perennial Gardening. Â AÂ Michael Pollan book seems appropriate in this holiday season of time-honored, seasonal, traditional cooking:
With Thanksgiving just a blink away, that’s all I have to share today. Â Most of the day is devoted to cooking and prep for tomorrow – pie crusts, cornbread for the dressing, cranberry relish…food is always the epicenter of a holiday for me – a way to lavish love and appreciation on family and friends.
Wishing you a blessed and joy-filled Thanksgiving!
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Your post is similar to mine. “This is all I have to share, I need to go make pies” Happy Thanksgiving!!
Ha! So true! That’s exactly what this post is. Happy Thanksgiving!
That Edible Perennial Garden book looks good. Reading the Omnivores Dilemma was a game changer for our eating habits. Good luck with the pie making. I’m on cranberry sauce duty today.
I have a feeling there will be a lot of those “quick” posts today. I will have to check out the edible perennial garden idea! Have a great Thanksgiving Angela.
Happy Thanksgiving! I love the yellow yarn.
Wow to the yellow yarn! Hope Thanksgiving went well!
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