Thursday, November 22, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #6


Thirteen Things about Juliadamus


Although I'm not American, we do have a Thanksgiving party at our house. We would be watching the games anyway, so why not have some friends over here for dinner.
We've been doing this for a couple of years now, and if there's any tradition to it, then it's me, grabbing my purse and keys, hurrying to the store, last-minute-shopping all the stuff for the dinner.
That's why I have to make this a quick one today ;)

So first of all here's my twelve things I still have to get for the dinner tonight:


1. Red Wine - most likely some Cabernet Sauvignon

2. Cinnamon Sticks - for the cranberry sauce

3. Cranberries - well, that's obvious, right?

4. Camembert - the turkey replacement for the veggies, served breaded and fried

5. Pumpkin - we'll have it as a soup

6. Carrots - for the pumpkin soup

7. Ginger - goes into the soup as well

8. Coconut Milk - also for the soup

9. a Lemon - well, have a guess ... yes it's for the soup

10. Bacon - for the stuffing

11. Parsley - hmm, I like my stuffing with lots of parsley

12. Turkey - yeah I know I'm late! I told you so!

And number thirteen will be me, wishing everybody a Happy Thanksgiving!

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15 Kommentare:

Mom not Mum said...

Mmmm pumpkin soup sounds yummy.

Vicki Gaia said...

What a terrific list! Yum! Sounds like you're going to have a wonderful feast. Thanks for visiting my site. Vicki

Liza's Eyeview said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Have fun watching the games :)

~Tyra~ said...

Sounds like you'll be having a great dinner! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Julia said...

mom: yeah it's delicious, though peeling and chopping that %§*%$ thing is a pain in the rear end ;)

vicky & tyra: I hope so, but the boys are not to picky when it comes to food ;)

liza: we will, boy#2 already put out his Jets fangear *g*

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Julia.

May the joys and blessings of the day be with you and yours.

cajunvegan said...

Did you see the bacon covered turkey on my page? It's a Southern thing that any bacon-lover would understand.

The soup sounds yum-o like the Ray-tard would say.

Thanks for stopping by my shits and giggles edition.

Canadian or not ... Happy Turkey Day anyway.

pussreboots said...

The soup sounds interesting. I recently made a stew of lentils, lamb and pumpkin. Yummy. Happy TT and thanks for stopping by.

Julia said...

nick: thx and I wish you the very same

cajunvegan: oooohhh yes, that does sound delicious, I will think about it next year.

pussreboots: hmm sounds yummy, and the soup is delicious

Kate said...

Sounds delicious. i hope you managed to find everything on your shopping list.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm from Hamburg - as my pictures of the Elbe might show.

Noner said...

Sounds like you have a much more sophisticated dinner than we do. -smile-

(YummY! from YummY! Down on This)

Raggedy said...

Great List!
I enjoy cooking with wine....
Sometimes I even put it IN the food...
Thank you for your visit to my birthday TT.
Receiving all the wonderful belated birthday wishes from the Thirteeners touched my heart.
Thank You!
Happy TT’ing!
Gobble! Gobble!
Happy Thanksgiving!
*^_^
(=':'=) huggles
(")_ (")Š from
da Raggedy one

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Okay, now I'm hungry...

Julia said...

kate: yes I did, and it was a great success, everybody loved the pumpkin soup!

noner: well, it's a soup and a main course, not too sophisticated I think? maybe a bit different ;)

raggedy:You're welcome :-* And, well, of course I put wine in the food, for example in Sauce Bolognese!

ddbg: Please don't talk about food anymore *burps*

Babystepper said...

Hope it all came together for you!

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