|... celery, then black, yellow, white and orange carrots ...|
Thanksgiving Day Dinner #2 came the next day for us at her house: turkey, potatoes, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, and a bean casserole. Also served w ere three kinds of carrots – black, white and orange, all grown in her garden. The cooked carrots appeared in a casserole. The raw carrots were served beside the dilled sour cream dip. Bonnie had to ask: did you make your sour cream with homogenized milk, 18% butterfat cream or 36% butterfat cream. She knows that Moiya and Glen both make yogurt and are on the search for the perfect yogurt method. Who wouldn’t want to know the exact recipe and hope that one might replicated it, if any of us should be so lucky as to have it appear on the Family Food Blog.
|... Moiya makes rolls from Billie Bate's Recipe ...|
|Bonnie to David:|
"You are not allowed a bun
until your whole dinner is finished."
David to Bonnie:
After dinner, four of us went to took a nap. David Wood watched TV for 10 minutes. He knew had gone to sleep because he couldn’t remember how the programme turned out when he woke up. I laid my head against the back of the chair after finishing my lemon meringue pie. I knew I had gone to sleep because Moiya woke me up and told me to go lay down on the blue couch in the living room. I knew Bonnie went to sleep because when I opened my eyes she was covered with a woollen afghan and saying in half-slurred speech, “David, I am too tired to drive you into town for electronics time at your Dad’s. I also know you have had 5 hours of it at Aunt Moiya’s. Isn’t that enough?”
|... home made sour cream turned into a dip ...|
... note the black carrot as vehicle for dip ...
Better to wake up slowly and begin to psychologically prepare for that long thirty-day stretch between this long weekend and the next one occurring on Remembrance Day.