Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving

Today, Thanksgiving is celebrated in the US and it is one of the busiest traveling holidays in the country. Everyone will be go home to their families or visiting friends for the 4-day weekend. And there will be many turkey dinners served on the table.

So you do like turkey? How do you like it served?

33 comments:

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Ming!

I like it with "all the trimmings." (Hey, you asked for it!)

;D

Isadora said...

:) I'm with you Fenix - all the trimmings and served to me, thank you.

Love the photo - with the car lights streaming. One of these days I may learn to take photos like that.

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm trying to join my family on Skype today!

pusa said...

happy thanksgiving!
i dunno, i havent tasted turkey yet ;)

Lynette said...

I love turkey any way except Cajun which is odd since I like spicy foods. For Thanksgiving, I like it moist, tender, sliced just so and accompanied by yummy vegetables of all sorts.

Ming, this is a fantastic photo!

Olivier said...

je te souhaite un Happy Thanksgiving.
J'aime beaucoup la dinde, chez moi on la mange avec de la choucroute, c'est délicieux
I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving.
I love turkey, it is at home eating with sauerkraut, it's delicious

Sonia said...

A Very Happy Thanksgiving, Ming!

I love turkey any way!

John said...

Great photographs, I felt like I was back in New York City.

John

http://johnfultz.blogspot.com

oldmanlincoln said...

Same to you, Ming.

Jazzy said...

happy thanksgiving Ming, hope you have a great holiday and a nice turkey today!

Oh for the love of food! said...

Have a relaxing Long weekend, Bud!

Clueless in boston said...

I only have to travel 20 miles so I count myself lucky, and thankful today. I like the whole shebang - turkey and all the trimmings - for Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Jim said...

I actually like turkey and dressing for left overs on Friday better than on Thanksgiving. I make a turkey and dressing sandwich with mayo, yummy. Today it will be turkey, gravy, dressing, yams and pumpkin pie.

OK I'm hungry, what time is lunch?

Kuanyin said...

I totally understand about your absence...it's all I can do to post to several of my blogs daily as I'm still recovering from my illness.

Happy Thanksgiving!

I will only be eating alkaline foods today for two events which rules out most everything! Bummer!

citygirl15 said...

Happy Thanksgiving Ming.

We're doing turkey upstate at a local hotel. I like it with cranberries and gravy.

Great photo....is that the 59th Street bridge?

Ming the Merciless said...

Yes, the photo was taken from the 59th Street Cable Car Platform looking east towards the Queensborough Bridge.

alice said...

Happy Thanksgiving, dear Ming!

maria elisa said...

:)
happy thanksgiving

Annie said...

That's a great photo of people rushing to get from here to there. I like it extra much since I'm staying put today.

I like my turkey alive and in the barnyard.

teahouse said...

Which bridge is that?

I like turkey roasted with oyster stuffing and rice dressing. Mmmm...

Dsole said...

How's NY MIng!?
I really like your pic today! the lights are amazing!
It's not usual at all eating turkey for my family... so I don't know how I should prepare it... Have a great day then! ;)

Chris said...

Hmmm. . .I would prefer the trimmings with maybe just a little white meat.

Glad I'm not caught in that traffic!! I always laugh when Nashvillians complain about traffic tie-ups!

Peter said...

Your pic reminds me of the Paris transport strike (now over)!
Happy Thanksgiving!!

Keropok Man said...

Happy Thanksgiving Ming!

I like them anyway!
Even curry! :-p

Paz said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I only like the wings. ;-)

Paz

AinZ said...

cool picture! I like the movement and the lights!

stilettoheights said...

no turkey for me, I'm a vegetarian, plus that saves more room for apple cakes and mashed potatoes.

:)

Mary Hilton said...

Classic New York City Thanksgiving for me - wathcing the parade, dinner with friends eating delicious Indian food and then a movie. Perfect! Happy Thanksgiving all!

Lavenderlady said...

I love turkey...and after we eat the turkey, it is great fun to make turkey soup. Yum!

• Eliane • said...

Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving dear!
I love turkey. I realize that I've been completely spoiled growing up, so this time of year I definitely miss my mother's turkey. Which we cook at Christmas. The stuffing is always to die for. It changes every year: cognac, truffles, chestnuts, ... we've had every kind of experiment. I wonder what she will come up with this year! So yesterday's turkey was a little sad compared to that festive one I am so used to. I said I was spoiled, didn't I?
Great pic Ming. Love the speed effect of the lights. Great capture of the traffic and people moving, moving, moving,...

Thinking Fool said...

I prefer turkey much more when I don't have to work the next day!

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

As you know we don't celebrate Thanksgiving so I we aren't used to cook Turkey. Anyway I hope you had a great Thanksgiving day !

TCho said...

sometimes, i can't decide which i like more--turkey or turkey naps.

Neva said...

This really captures how busy the roads are on this weekend. I love turkey day....an easy, consistent meal....easy to plan easy make......hope yours was good.