I’ve mentioned before that I’m off the hook this year but doesn’t mean that we’ll be celebrating any less – I’m still bringing my favorite cranberry fig sauce to my name, as well as some other goodies and we’re definitely really do up this feast CPH style. In the meantime, here’s a little preview to what’s happening at other Diplomatic Thanksgiving tables around the world!
“I like to keep Thanksgiving as traditional as possible: smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, rolls, stuffing, pecan and pumpkin pie are the basics. If I’m feeling really ambitious I’ll make a homemade green bean casserole (no cans!).” Sara, Manila, Philippines, Wife Mommy Woman
“Pomegranate seeds look a lot like cranberries if you squint really hard! Otherwise it’s going to be a traditional feast with our friends-who-feel-like-family here and our crew of toddlers underfoot. Oh! And we’re “forcing” our Aussie friends to celebrate with us! How diplomatic! :)” Dani, New Delhi, India, The HotPot Blog