Thank you Americans for celebrating thanksgiving!
And thank you my American friends here in Korea for letting me crash your party.
With one big turkey and the motivation to create a thanksgiving dinner with a two burner stove top, a microwave and a toaster oven; this thanksgiving away from home was a success. You would be surprised at what one can make with such little resources on hand. Everyone pulled together and lent a helping hand and the end result was a delicious meal that transported us back to home for a couple of hours.
Here’s our little spread that we all devoured.
Turkey, corn, mashed potatoes, creamed spinach (first time eating this; it’s definitely an American thing…I prefer mine fresh) spinach salad, butternut squash quiche, cranberry etc.
For someone who does not eat meat 98% of the time, I caved and ate turkey. And it was good! A good choice on my part that I do not regret; thank you turkey 🙂 Now back to my non-meat eating ways; I got my fix.
Adrian happily digesting like a king.
Isn’t this chair randomly huge?
Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Stay tuned for my new lunch obsession; it’s a goodie!