It's Thanksgiving Day today in Canada. We had a full turkey dinner yesterday as I know we are going to be busy with yard work today.
Dh suggested that we go out for a Thanksgiving meal, but that would have probably cost us $100. Turkey's were on sale at No Frills for 95 cents per pound and they had small turkey's for a change so I picked up a 9 pounder. Mind you they were utility turkeys so there may be a part missing!!! In my case it was a leg; it cooked up lovely.
We had turkey, stuffing (recipe here), bacon rolls, mashed potatoes, carrot and turnip (or rutabaga) and gravy. I didn't make bread sauce and I forgot the cranberry jelly in the fridge!!
It was really good, but honestly it takes a heck of a longer to tidy up than eat the meal!! With the leftovers I put together two casseroles for the freezer. I am freezing the one whole turkey breast. There is a plate of sliced turkey, stuffing and bacon rolls for sandwiches and tonight's supper along with a bowl of potatoes.
For dessert we had apple crisp and ice cream and that too was really good.
I even used the dishwasher to wash up the dishes for me. It was a cool day on Sunday, although we don't have the heating on we did have the fire on from first thing in the morning. It is definitely getting cooler around here.
Hope you have a lovely week; I have something on every day this week......no rest for the wicked as they say!!