Giving Thanks, part 3

December 8th, 2011 by veronica

Our third and final Thanksgiving dinner was at the home of the Molloys, just a week after the real T-Day. Darcy outdid herself with a beautiful pancetta-wrapped roast and other guests contributed all kinds of traditional yummy side dishes. I’ve been making the same side dish to bring to all of these dinners and it’s consistently a hit, always requested over and over again. Of course, it’s the simplest, easiest thing to make: roasted squash. Want a recipe? Here you go: slice squash, drizzle with salt and oil, roast at 435 for 15 minutes. Done. If you want to get fancy, sprinkle some sage over the top.

squash
delicata

pork
beautiful pork roast with a halo of pancetta

pudding
Darcy’s fab cacao nib bread pudding

Whew! what a dinner! Now that our Thanksgiving dinners are over, we can start preparing for the onslaught of December holiday dinners — bring it on!

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One Response

  1. lapadia

    Hi Vrunka!

    While looking at your Thai Peanut Butter Cups on Food52 I noticed you had a blog, so here I am and I love it! Thanks for the pie mention 🙂

    I am looking forward to seeing your finalist recipe moving on to becoming the winner, so excited for you.

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