Getting out ahead of Thanksgiving, I had a new recipe touted as “healthy” that I wanted to try. I liked all the ingredients.
Cast of characters: spinach, mushrooms, Gruyère cheese, eggs, milk, thyme, Dijon mustard. Toss in sautéed onions, garlic and S&P.
From my kitchen I bring you: Spinach Mushroom Quiche.
It was fun to put together. It looked rustic-ally delicious. The nutrition label chimed in with angelic voices.
I wanted so to love it.
But, I didn’t. In fact, it might be awhile before I face another mushroom.
I plan to set our Thanksgiving tables tonight and while prepping, I will count our many blessings. This quiche, however, will not make the list.
Here’s what does:
Traditional dishes. Turkey served at noon.
Around the Table Family Question: I’m most thankful for…
Flannelgraph story. Jesus heals 10 lepers. Guess how many out of 10 came back and thanked Jesus? Grands find the Bible, look up the account and act it out. (Shhh – the story is found in Luke 17:11-19. So much going on in this account. Google it to find the lessons!)
Pumpkin Pie & Chuck’s Apricot and Raspberry Foldover Cookies.
Bundle Up – walk around the Village. Thanksgiving Day Parade of 16.
Naps. Innkeeper smiles.
“Let us come into His presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to Him with songs of praise!” Psalm 95:2
At the Inn we’ve got the joyful noise down. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Come just as you are,
PostScript: Further agenda at the Inn… we plan to go to mom’s later in the day. And then recoup for Next Day Christmas Decorating🎄