210. How I Spent my Thanksgiving Vacation

Four and a half days off and I managed to cook enough food for a Thanksgiving feast without even hosting Thanksgiving.

I kicked off the holiday weekend baking not one, but two, pumpkin pies to feed to the boy’s family.  Post pie dinner was a must so I made my shrimp pasta dish only with white kidney beans instead of shrimp.

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Thursday morning meant delicious and savory cheese and herb scones before heading off to Thanksgiving dinner with the boy’s family.

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Friday morning was a perfect bangover breakfast including a delicious spinach, broccoli and onion egg scramble with the best apple cinnamon muffins I’ve ever made or eaten (recipe to come).  I’m seriously considering submitting for rounds 5 and 6 of Project Tasteless.

muffsSaturday afternoon I baked yet another pumpkin pie because two just isn’t enough right?  (Actually, I made this one to take to my grandparent’s house next weekend for their 60th wedding anniversary party.)  Since I had an extra pie crust and a whole bunch of apples that were past the point of eating on their own, I decided a crumb topped apple pie would be a brilliant idea.

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The pies got made while I was making beef and barley soup for a late lunch with the boy.

b&b soup

It’s been a seriously delicious four and a half day weekend, but I determined that if I ever become unemployed I will need to do a hell of a lot more running to balance all the food I’d cook and eat to occupy my time.  Thankfully dinner is at my parent’s house tonight so I won’t be cooking anything else. Smile

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