I was born on Thanksgiving. A life-long vegetarian born on the high-holy turkey day. Ironic, no? 

Because it was frequently the day we celebrated my birthday, my mom always appeased me by making mac and cheese. Even as a kid, I’d throughly pondered the food served at / on Thanksgiving. Like WHY canberries? 

Regardless of it being my birthday, I’ve always loved the holiday.

It’s like Christmas, with less distraction. More opportunity for quality time. Also, it’s a day of reflection. A day to be thankful. If you follow along here, you know that’s a daily practice for me. Even as a young human I was drawn to this act of thanks giving. 

Our 30+ year family thanksgiving tradition ended a few years ago. Those memories will always shape me. Last year my mom and I cooked for the first time. Mixing it up again, I’m attaching myself to the 'Murph' Thanksgiving tradition and (gasp) not cooking ANYTHING.

I (officially) consider myself an adult, as I have a real list of Thanksgiving recipes that I've made even more than a few times. Are you cooking this year? 

Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

Turkey.  I don’t cook this. 

VERY creamy mashed potatoes.

Vegetarian stuffing.

The biscuits.

Apple pie. This crust has really proven itself to me.  

Still looking for a way to use those cranberries. Any suggestions? 

Happy Blair

Hey! I'm Blair.

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