On Thanksgiving the American tradition is
to have a feast. A roast
of turkey or ham or maybe
something else? In case you do
not eat meat, I am sure
you still had a wonderful feast.
This is from the day before Thanksgiving when our first winter storm hit. For us it wasn’t bad, but I read that some did lose power. Anyways, now that I have my iPhone back I finally found a subject to play with time-lapse and slo-mo again. And the verdict is: Falling snow is definitely a case of slo-mo (starts at about 5 seconds). Doesn’t it look a little bit like magic dust?
This picture is from a few years ago when I tried fresh cranberries in the bread stuffing. It wasn’t bad, but this year I simply made ‘my normal’ stuffing again and, as a side veggie, German style red cabbage made from scratch – yum!
Oh, and you know me – a good bottle of French red wine is a must, too.
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
And here are today’s Friday Four Fill ins from Hilary’s blog:
- Can you really enjoy Thanksgiving or Christmas if you don’t have family around?
- What are your thoughts about standing in queue for Black Friday deals in the middle of the night?
- Would you do it (see #2) if you could?
- Do you listen to audio books or do you read?
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