Finer fare is not to be found.
I did get a little pushback from SuperPeep Brian Butler, who was obviously disappointed that the cuisine did not include my celebrated "White Trash Balls". Note taken, and we will make sure that we supplement next year's occasion with the low nutritive, but soul satisfying morsels.
The attendance of 10 month old Grandson, Connor Boyle, who firmly held center stage for most of the evening, reminded Joanne and I that we have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving Day.
This morning, plans of the MOAM includes making bread dough for the feast served at Ryan and Kim's, then getting a 10 mile Marblehead Bike Loop in before cleaning up for Thanksgiving Dinner.
Despite the rawness, and unfairness of life from time to time, it's a good practice to reflect on your blessings. Last night filled with family, friends and food, was a great example.
Happy Thanksgiving to you Peeps.