This year I went to visit my Dad in North Carolina- I was literally flying solo. Sans my hubby who stayed with his parents and our pup this year. I missed having him around, but it was nice to have some quality time with my Dad. I don’t get to see him very much during the year especially after moving to Maine.
We made a Thanksgiving spread for two. It was a lot of food for two people, but it was the preparations and tradition that made it special for us. We have our favorite dishes we like to see each year. If you caught my blog about my vegan diet- I did excuse myself from it for Thanksgiving day especially since I was preparing the bird.
I made these fun turkey name cards a few years ago when I lived in Brooklyn. I found them in Martha Stewart Living.
We always have a great time walking around town and we were lucky to catch the gingerbread display at the Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst. The pastry chefs make remarkable replicas of the prominent buildings around town including, the Carolina itself.
We also had a chance to have lunch at the country club in Pinehurst. I hopped back on my vegan bandwagon with this amazing portobello and grilled veggie sandwich on foccacia bread. It even had a long toothpick with a tee at the end.