How will you give Thanks this season?

How will you give Thanks this season?

As COVID 19 subsides how will you be sharing your gratitude this season? 

We are being kinder to everyone we see. We will be happy to share a smile with all that look our way. The simple things in life are really priceless.

I really love this time of year and am so grateful that we will be able to have a more festive season this year. I hope all good things for you and yours.

Things to do this season check out:

https://www.visitorlando.com/events/holidays/christmas-and-holiday-events/#.YYV9GTro8Qk.link

Restaurants open Thanksgiving https://www.407area.com/restaurants/

Recipes to try or to recreate in your image: 

https://www.organic-center.org/organic-recipes?gclid=Cj0KCQjwrJOMBhCZARIsAGEd4VFWkNiWIShtObj_n48kCXlYi9_AZcfbZ0Q96GYre4gl_YcpSCZUN1caAvwcEALw_wcB

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/brussels-sprouts-with-shallots-and-wild-mushrooms-236410

My favorite Christmas soup is:  Simmer two Hens with carrots, onions, garlic, celery for 8 to 10 hours.

Strain for the broth

Then cook a whole chicken in broth with fresh carrots, onions, celery, garlic until meat falls off the bone. 

Strain for broth

Take the deboned chicken to let it cool. Grind the chicken then fry or bake to dry the bits.

Take cooked spinach and grind, then fry or bake to dry bits

To serve add the dried chicken and spinach put into the broth. Sprinkle small croutons on top with shredded Parmigiano-Reggiano.  Yum!

What’s your favorite recipe for the holidays?

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