Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tradition

We just got back from Thanksgiving in New York with Denny's son and daughter-in-law and her family.









Susan prepared the feast that has become their Thanksgiving tradition. 


The best sushi I've ever eaten.  











I didn't miss turkey and dressing.  In fact, I'm thinking of starting a new tradition of trying a new Thanksgiving tradition every year.  Unless Sean and Jessica and Susan and Keith invite us back next year.

4 comments:

  1. We're going to do something new next year too. We're thinking of salmon. Sushi is for Mother's Day
    And that looks wonderful!

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  2. That's funny, Kathleen! We had the usual at one son's house this time, but, because we have so many vegetarians in the family, we usually have salmon stuffed with crabmeat. Yummy! I get a big filet,slit it and fill it with bread crumbs, celery, onion and garlic, capers, nuts, maybe cranberries, and real crabmeat or a mixture of crab and bay scallops. Then pour on the sherry, cover and bake. It's incredible!We have a son who's a chef and it's his recipe, but we've all learned how to do it.

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  3. Oh, I'm with you on this .
    The kids voted for my roasted red pepper soup and prime rib for our C. Thanksgiving,
    and for Christmas the kids enjoy the Christmas Eve Italian tradition of fish. Most of them like stuffing as part of the "expected" meal on the day, but not the other, so we're venturing into enjoying the world's platter of good. I like tradition, but if it doesn't mean anything then it's just silly.

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