We don’t have Thanksgiving Day here in the Philippines, but that didn’t stop J’s family (who has relatives in Nevada, Oklahoma, New York, and beyond) from whipping up a fabulous dinner.
Behold! Cornbread, pan-fried chicken, biscuits, veggie pot pie (not in picture), steak, mac and cheese, chunky gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing.
For dessert: pecan pie, candied yams (yams topped with marshmallows), and pumpkin mousse tart (not pictured).
I am thankful for: family (mine and J’s), good stories, good weather, good friends, good food, and J.
Greenhills on Sunday! I now know how to commute to Greenhills! Tao na ako.
Dinner at Bizu. Best clam chowder we’ve ever tasted.
J treated me to Happy Lemon! Cocoa Rock Salt and Cheese at last! No picture of the drink, but believe me, it’s very tasty. And also very rich, so maybe next time I’ll just order the regular size.
Re-posting an open call for submissions:
Editors Dean Francis Alfar (publisher of the Philippine Speculative Fictionanthologies) and Kenneth Yu (publisher of Philippine Genre Stories) announce an open call for short fiction submissions for HORROR: Fantastic Filipino Fiction for Young Adults.
The Fantastic Filipino Fiction for Young Adults is a new annual anthology series, with the first volume focusing on horror, and launching in mid-2012.
2 thoughts on “thanksgiving”
Pie! Let us all be thankful for pie.