What The Seated Gardener Makes for Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends in the United States and all around the world.

So, were you wondering what The Seated Gardener makes and eats on Thanksgiving?  Let me share what was on the menu at my home this year:

  1. At 12 o'clock: homemade cranberry orange relish and fresh steamed asparagus
  2. At 2 o'clock: Crockpot Baked Potatoes, slow cooked and delicious
  3. At 5 o'clock: a wing from the 9 pound Li'l Butterball turkey that was fried using a Butterball Professional Series Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer and seasoned with a Butterball Buttery Creole Seasoning Kit
  4. At 8 o'clock: Southern-style Green Beans made in the crockpot, featured the Musica Spanish Pole Beans I grew this past summer in my garden
  5. In the middle: Stove Top stuffing (my husband's favorite) with diced onions, celery, carrots and fennel
  6. Next to the plate: a glass of Sutter Home Fre White Zinfandel (alcohol-removed wine) in a Govino Recyclable Shatterproof Plastic Wine Glass
  7. Not pictured: Gala Apple pie
Check back over the weekend as I will be sharing the recipes I used to make this Thanksgiving feast.

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