Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

For those of you living in the US, whether you are staying home or visiting friends and/or families this Thanksgiving weekend, I wish you all a wonderful holiday. I will be joining my friends for lunch and then a movie.

So what is your favorite winter/autumn dish?

22 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is a perfect photo for today Ming!
Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.
My favorite dish is anything made with a potato.

Olivier said...

je préfère l'automne. Superbe peinture murale et je te souhaite un Happy Thanksgiving. Je réponds a ton email bientôt.
I prefer the autumn. Superb wall painting and I wish you Happy Thanksgiving. I answer has your email soon..

USelaine said...

Right now, I'm hankering for some pumpkin pie. Pumpkin ice cream is usually available about now too - yummy! Have a great day, Ming the Merciless!

bitingmidge said...

Summer's almost here, so I can't think winter! Perhaps if "next door" had a menu I would be less challenged!

Cheers

Sunshine Coast Daily - Australia

GrandmaKathleen said...

Happy Thanksgiving!
I love New York City. When my younger son was at Hofstra, we spent Thanksgiving watching the Macy parade and a grand dinner at the Hilton and going to a Broadway show, saw FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE

Blognote said...

I wish you the same happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

Babzy said...

happy thanksgiving !
winter dish because of the "boite chaude" this is a chesse of my region "Mont d'OR". Melted on potatoes ...Yummy ;)

Niamh Baldock said...

Happy Thanksgiving! What movie are you going to see?

alice said...

I do like this photo, Ming! Happy Thanksgiving to you! A home made soup in front of the fire-place is a good idea for dinner here...

Jodee said...

in Hungary, I like a dish called "Le'cso", it is made using paprika (the thin skin sweet type) and tomatoes:)

Kate said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you! May your day be both joyous and fulfilling! I got up early to make cornbread and now we're off to a local school to help deliver dinners to families who might otherwise go without. This tradition has been in effect for decades with a legion of volunteers who purchase and cook the food, fill the boxes, coordinate the addresses, and deliver the meals. When we return to our own home to have our Thanksgiving meal it will truly be a day of blessings!We give thanks for our priviliged lives.

Jay_ said...

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I'm just dying for some Pumpkin pie.

Todd HellsKitchen said...

Mine is pumpkin pie, too!

Happy T-giving!!!!

Chuck Pefley said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Ming. To answer your question ... apple crisp and bread pudding, homemade, of course!

Virginia said...

Well how about a bowl of potato soup or homemade vegetable beef soup? By the way, I know that Alice up there makes a wonderful soup as well! Hope you had a great day Ming!
V

L.Shaw said...

Greeting from upstate NY.

Happy Thanksgiving Ming!

marley said...

Happy thanksgiving Ming! I love todays photo. Hope you have a good weekend :)

Tomato soup and a cheese sanwich, to answer your question!

GMG said...

Hi Ming! Happy Thanksgiving!!

Blogtrotter is now at the Bardo Museum; some of the best Roman mosaics in the world - the movies of 2000 years ago! Enjoy and have a great weekend!

Paz said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

So what movie did you see?

Paz

tr3nta said...

This pub graffiti is fantastic. great shot.

Kitty said...

great photo, Ming
I like this eatery a lot, though it can be very noisy and a little slow. But the roasted corn on the cob and cuban sandwiches make up for it all.

Anonymous said...

Great shot Ming! Hope you and your friends had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

My favorites are the stuffing and a cranberry and orange salad from mother's recipe. Just enough tang to off set all that turkey.

We just saw Slumlord Millionaire and it's even more provocative in light of the recent attacks.

Doris