I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year.
My sister's family and one of my best friends and her family will be coming to MY house this year. Anticipating Thanksgiving-y goodness.
So far, I have the chocolate turkeys to put at each place setting (a tradition that goes back to when we were little and my grandmother always put a golden foiled beacon of goodness out for everyone).
I have 1 dozen sweet potatoes to make mashed sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top (and I have 2 bags of marshmallows)
1 large box of cornbread croutons for cornbread, sausage, and chestnut stuffing.
2 large boxes of focaccia croutons for regular stuffing (for people who don't like sausage or chestnuts in their stuffing...but tell me...who doesn't like sausage and chestnuts in their stuffing...)
About 10 pounds of assorted squash to make squash soup.
And a can of pumpkin and 4 bars of cream cheese to Smittin Kitchen's pumpkin boubon cheesecake.
I've even cleaned the card tables and fold-up chairs, washed all of the dust off the wine glasses (which I know surprises you since I drink so much wine - I use little cafe glasses when it's just me and the man...) and polished the silver.
Yes. Everything is in place. I feel so ahead of the curve.
One problem...anyone know how to cook a turkey?