Hello foodies!! Looks like a yummy weekend.
JudyA...I assume that the Mary Poppins you saw was a stage play? How fun for you and the daughter.
Very happy to read that your tummy has settled now. But the BBQ for the game really sounded excellent.
Lovely Greek desserts ta boot.
Frelga, you made almost a full Thanksgiving meal for the visiting family.
Bet it was delicious.
Hope that the blisters have improved.
hamlet, your braised pork sounds lovely. And the weather has turned here too. So I also made a hearty soup this weekend. Beans and ham, very good and stick to your ribs.
Vanadarlin', healthy wrap there.
Morwenna, good luck sorting the Thanksgiving meal out with the family and friends. Tricky on this end for the same reasons...tradition is hard to break.
portia, I think that the typical "sunday roasts" in England are still just as usual as ever, but with the other influences really taking hold. I adore a typical Sunday roast!!
Rose, I agree on the bread, but to me what Frelga said is also true, the butter, creams, milk, all so rich and delicious in Europe. I don't know what the difference is, but I love it.
Tonight I have some ground beef hanging in the fridge that I need to cook off. I was thinking of shepherds pie. Or tacos.