We had the usual turkey, but also ham because that’s my family’s tradition:
That needed gravy and gluten free gravy:
Meat needs potatoes! I made sweet potatoes with pecans and brown sugar, and “volcano potatoes” – a family tradition of my mother’s, which involved mixing shredded cheese and cool whip and spreading it over the mashed potatoes and baking it until it bubbles over:
I made wild rice with cranberries and apples and bacon and onions and vegetable stock:
And the classic deviled egg, to which I add avocado and fresh dill:
I made the cranberry sauce with orange juice:
And the old school green bean casserole, but with potato chips crunched on top instead of the gluten filled onion strings – Nathan found garlic and sea salt flavored chips to use:
And I made gluten free stuffing, with onion and bacon and cranberries and apple and sausage:
It was a lovely table! Nathan’s mom brought jello salad with strawberries, and a lemon meringue pie.
What a feast!