Today's blog topic comes from the NaBloPoMo site:
If you knew that whatever you ate next would be your last meal, what would you want it to be? Go blog about it and share the link or share the answer in the comments, if you aren't a blogger.
Hmmmm. I love food. Love it, in any way, shape of form.
Except beets. And carrots. And fish. And sushi. And organ meat. And milk.
Ok, so I love *most* food.
So this question should be easy - but it just so is not. There's lots of food that I could eat for a last meal - really good macaroni and cheese, steak, meat pies, bread dripping with butter, pasta with tomato sauce and meatballs and sausage, greek salad, spinach salad with balsamic vinaigrette, fresh broccoli with lemon and butter, honeycrisp apples -
but I think I'm gonna stick with Thanksgiving dinner.
I flat out LOVE Thanksgiving dinner. The traditional one, mind, not a "new style" lasagna feast or anything else. Turkey. Stuffing. Gravy. Cranberry. Green beans. Corn pudding (my mom's recipe). Carrot souffle (my sister's deceased husband). Homemade rolls.
That's what I'd choose. What about you?
Thankfulness for today: I am thankful for my parents. (h/t to faithful reader Cori for this one!) My parents have always been there for me. Maybe not in the *exact way* that I WANTED at that certain time, but in retrospect, it was the exact way I *needed*.