Sugar High…Sunday?

November 30, 2008 at 2:08 pm 1 comment

The blog roundup for Sugar High Friday is posted now at The Well-Seasoned Cook along with my Gemstone Cheesecake. Check it out!  And as soon as I have eaten my fill of turkey and stuffing leftovers, I will cobble together a new post – a cranberry and pear tart with walnut shortbread crust that is mouthwateringly good.  This was the biggest hit at our post-Thanksgiving family meal.

I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday.  My own Thanksgiving was a fabulous dinner at my mother-in-law’s house.  We weren’t taking photos but I can tell you it was quite a feast – Martha Stewart’s Turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean vinaigrette with parmesan breadcrumbs, pomegranate cranberry sauce, butternut squash, pecan buns, stuffing, braised onions, 4 homemade pies (3 apple, one blueberry), and a stupendous Magnolia Bakery pumpkin spice cake with caramel cream cheese frosting.  I’m full all over again, just writing that!  Next year I promise to photograph, but trust me – it was goooooood.


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