When one season just slides into another (Thanksgiving/Hannukah/End of School/Christmas/New Year) in the same way a Grateful Dead set rolls through the songs without breaks (Bertha/Playin’ in the Band/Uncle John’s band/drums/Playin’ reprise/Sunshine Daydream/Touch of Grey), you simply have to let the ‘season’ wash over you.
But before we depart fully from Thanksgiving ’13, there were a few notables: the largest bird sold was 34 pounds. To one of our neighbors! Check out Tim awkwardly holding this mammoth 34-lb bird with the same comfort level as teenager reserves for dancing with his great-aunt at a family wedding.
And, we really did get it together this year on the frying of the turkey. It turned out juicy, flavorful and, most importantly, a natural shade for cooked poultry. Well done!
The vegetables are coming into the end of their seasons. This means that the cool nights are making them as sweet as they’ll ever be. And the greens are still crispy and fresh until the coldest weather comes in…
We hope your Thanksgiving was full of family, friends and great local food.