Monthly Archives: November 2013

  1. Turkey

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    November 29, 2013 by Emily Pergament

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    Look how good our turkey looked! Rob made it all by himself and it was delicious. More detailed post to follow.

    How was everyone’s Thanksgiving? Are you having leftovers today? I hope you aren’t at work like I am!

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  2. It’s almost time!

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    November 26, 2013 by Emily Pergament

    Who’s excited for Thanksgiving? I am getting ready! Last night, we bought the turkey and most ingredients that we’ll need, …
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  3. Dinner here tonight

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    November 14, 2013 by Emily Pergament

    Jk, maybe after payday next week.

  4. It was on sale…

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    November 12, 2013 by Emily Pergament

    I had to. What is your favorite guilty pleasure cereal?

  5. Thanksgiving

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    November 11, 2013 by Emily Pergament

    I just found this dish at TJ Maxx today, isn’t it cute?

    IMG_20131111_180327332I’m going to serve something in it at Thanksgiving. What’s on the menu, you ask?

    Turkey
    Mashed potatoes
    Meat stuffing
    Cranberry sauce
    Cornbread
    Creamed spinach
    Green beans
    Pumpkin pie
    Apple pie

    The only thing that really intimidates me is the turkey (hello, giblets), which Rob said he’ll take care of, so I guess that’s ok. I’m not sticking my hand up there.

    What’s on your Thanksgiving menu this year? What’s missing from mine? (Don’t tell me sweet potatoes – I’m not interested.)

    -Emily

  6. Spicy sausage pasta & swiss chard

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    November 10, 2013 by Emily Pergament

    Rob said this tasted and smelled really good, so you’ll have to take his word for it. He has a much more refined palate than me. Anyway, I thought it was good too. The pasta has tomato sauce, mushrooms, onions and spicy chicken sausage in it. I removed the sausage from the casing, cooked it over low heat until it was almost done, then added chopped red onions and mushrooms, cooked a little longer, then added a jar of tomato sauce and covered it. Rob blanched the swiss chard, which was impressive, as we have neither made swiss chard nor blanched anything before in this house. And of course, we had a glass of red wine in our stemless wineglasses (as my mom likes to remind me – they’re great because you won’t knock them over and spill wine everywhere).

    Hope everyone had a delicious and delightful weekend!

    -Emily

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