Another Thanksgiving dinner is already in the books. My family eats early!
Our meal is for the most part very traditional. We have sausage stuffing and gravy and mashed potatoes:
Usually my dad makes his own sausage, but this year we got it from the marvelous Sabatelle’s Market in downtown Pittston:
Oh, there was also corn:
And sweet potatoes, too, which I never eat:
And there were roasted brussel sprouts, which I failed to snap a picture of.
As for meat, we had a ham and two turkeys. (There are thirteen of us this year, over a few days, and we were originally expecting fifteen.) One of the turkeys was roasted, the other smoked:
Here are some larger views of the table as the food was being brought out:
My cousin Karen posed for one of my photos. Like me, she’s a real show-off:
We all knew where to sit because my mother makes place cards for everyone. I doctored mine a few years back:
And here’s what went in front of my place card:
Observing the whole affair was my parents’ cat, KC:
Finally, I like to dress up some for Thanksgiving dinner. Here is the outfit I chose this year:
P.S. Part 3, forthcoming, is where the real action is.