Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Do I Hear Groaning?

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite Hollandaise. It always has bean. In my eyes, it’s hard to beet—family, food, football, and a four-day leekend (which gives me a chance to ketchup* on all the stuffing I’ve been putting off).

Lettuce count our dressings.




(While some of you might relish this post, others might find it corny, or way too dilly. Peas, just don’t be a turkey and wine about it in the comments. It’s how I roll. After all, I yam what I yam.)


*I had a friend who used to put ketchup on his turkey. What a goose!



Anonymous said...

Alan - Oh yes, I did groan! That was just fowl of you!! But have a Happy Thanksgiving, anyway :-).

Molly Swoboda said...

Was going to say something about traditional fruit cake, but.... Stay warm, Alan. Gonna be chili up your way.

Ingrid King said...

This should have come with a warning to put down any beverages before reading! Happy Thanksgiving, Alan!

Stephen Parrish said...

Yer silly. Happy Thanksgiving!

Elspeth Futcher said...

Peas, enjoy your turkey hollandaise. Don't get too stuffed!

Alan Orloff said...

Margot - Hopefully, the bad taste of this blog will be out of your system by tomorrow. Happy Thanksgiving!

Molly - As long as it's hot tamale! Happy Thanksgiving!

Ingrid - Sorry. (Hope it was warm apple cider.) Happy Thanksgiving!

Steve - Tanks! Happy Thanksgiving!

Elspeth - If I can't eat myself into a coma, then it's no fun. Happy...Happy...well, either I'm early or I'm late: Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Ouch... but I do love puns. :) Clever!

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Patricia Stoltey said...

Methinks you had a bit too much of nog...