Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston

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BREAKING NEWS

Nigeria has been declared officially free of Ebola after six weeks with no new cases, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.



According to the BBC, the Spanish nurse who was the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa has tested negative for the virus (a second test is required before she’ll be officially free of the disease). And the United States has reached an important milestone: the 21-day monitoring period for the 48 people who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who died of Ebola in Dallas, ended on Sunday and Monday. Aside from the two nurses who cared for him, there have been no new infections.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving


9 comments:

Rational Nation USA said...

Happy Thanksgiving Shaw.

Jerry Critter said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Shaw, to,you and your family. My prayers and thoughts are with you today.

Dave Miller said...

Happy Thanksgiving Shaw...

Shaw Kenawe said...

Thank you everyone for your kind wishes.

Hope your holiday was wonderful.

S.W. Anderson said...

I stopped by last night to leave some kind wishes and it was no go. Commenting seemed to be closed.

So, a belated but sincere happy Thanksgiving and my best to you.

KP said...

Very best regards and Happy Thanksgiving to all and your families.

FreeThinke said...

I hope you and yours had a beautiful, thoroughly enjoyable celebration yesterday, Ms. Shaw.

Did you go "traditional" with your holiday feast, or did you venture into a different, possibly unique culinary province?

I'm on a no-starch, low-sugar diet right now, so I improvised a dessert, and sliced up several McIntosh apples,layered them up in a Pyrex pie dish with a scattering of raisins, very few craisins, and a small handful of coarsely chopped walnuts. all this was sprinkled gently with cinnamon, powdered ginger, a tiny pinch of powered cloves, lightly dusted with one level tablespoonful of light brown sugar, dotted with butter, covered tightly, then microwaved for four minutes just before serving.

I hate to sound immodest, but it tasted wonderful.

CONFESSION: Against my better judgment I did eat some stuffing and gravy, but only a small amount. Just between you and me, I thought it contained entirely too much sage, but the bird, itself, was beautifully cooked, Even the breast meat remained moist.

Nevertheless, I wish the Pilgrims had serve GOOSE instead of TURKEY on that First Thanksgiving. It's much more succulent treat.

Happy days!

~ FreeThinke

Shaw Kenawe said...

FT, I stay traditional, with some dishes that have been influenced by my Italian heritage, which calls this holiday "la festa di reingraziamente."

We started off with straciatella soup,, but now I make the butternut squash soup, then turkey and all the trimmings: homemade sausage, apple, dried cranberry stuffing, string beans with pancetta, sun dried tomatoes, and pignole nuts, mashed potatoes, carmelized pearl onions, homemade cranberry sauce. After the turkey, we usually have roasted chestnuts, assorted roasted nuts, and fruit.




For dessert: apple and pumpkin pie, and pizza dolce di ricotta.

Caffe correctto after we've eaten.

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