Home cooked all-natural turkey from Publix, with home made mashed potatoes, home made mashed sweet potatoes, home made stuffing, home made green bean casserole, cream corn, gravy (in a jar...just as good as my home made!), cranberry sauce and Pillsbury crescent rolls....yum yum!! Now once we get hungry again, we'll have some home made pumpkin pie, or mince meat pie made from the condensed, boxed Comstock mince meat, or an apple pie given to my husband this morning by the Meals on Wheels folks after he finished donating his time to deliver meals this morning. We'll be stuffed for a week!
nuked the leftovers (turkey, stuffing, and sauteed brussel sprouts) threw it on top of a bed of broccoli rab rapinini, iceberg lettuce, purple cabbage, carrot shreds, and cherry tomatoes... and doused the lot with bacon and onion dressing... it needed melted cheese but the cheese was frozen so i just ate it as is...
I miss their fried chicken! Wish they were still shopped.
Tonight, we ate with a friend at his house. Chicken Fried Steak, Country Gravy, Alabama biscuits, veg stir fry, breaded tomatoes. Delicious dinner. Too stuffed for dessert - apple cranberry cobbler - which we brought home.
I made some pizza using large pita bread and the other, focaccia bread for dough. I had homemade sauce with a lot of mushrooms. For toppings, I used back bacon pieces and pineapple. The other one, I used more mushrooms, green pepper and pepperoni. I grated mozzarella, gouda, cheddar and monterrey cheeses and covered the tops. And then Italian seasonings from my herbs cutting in the windowsill.
We had fresh garden salad. Only 2 pieces of pizza left. I preferred the pita bread dough. The focaccia pizza was too heavy for me. And next time, I will use Mozzarella cheese only because it's lighter and has less fat.
Appetizer: cheese & crackers & fresh fruit slices; Soup: Tomato bisque; Salad: Caesar with hearts of palm; Hot breads; Entree: 1/2" thick slabs of prime rib, whipped potatoes & thin butter cooked green beans; Dessert: apple spice cake hot out of the oven with a dollop of whipped cream on the side. The food was all seriously excellent and the theater part felt more like camp skits. Lovely experience.