Thursday, December 2, 2010

Thanksgiving 2010

Turkey day was appropriately spent in the countryside up near Augusta.  Michael lives on 10 acres off the grid in the woods and he provided and expertly roasted the fresh organic turkey.  Neighbor and good friend Jim brought chocolate mouse and acted as photo journalist throughout the food preparation.
Here is the prep of the "soffritto" or "holy trinity" for the stuffing... carrots, onions, and celery.  I also added sage (from the garden), prunes, and I can't recall what else.

This bread recipe contains cottage cheese which keeps it very moist and herbs lend a garden-fresh flavor.  The dough is being rolled into a triad dinner roll.

Otis was totally unimpressed with the spread.

Hey Jim, where is the picture of the finished buffet table?

Our black Friday was really quite white!

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