Thanksgiving at the Beach
Every other year my family spends Thanksgiving at the beach in North Carolina. We go there with another family with whom we are very close and we spend the week playing disc golf in the mornings, drinking beer and playing corn hole in the afternoons and kicking off dinner every night with a bunch of oysters and icy cold gin martinis. And then the real feasting begins. One day its a 20 hour smoked pork shoulder or a thanksgiving turkey from the smoker, shrimp and sausages and fajitas from the kitchen, and of course leftovers for days for lunch. It gets harder and harder to leave every time we go!
October 19, 2015 (4:25 pm)
Forrest, I really like your blog from the type face to the photos to the food! Am gonna try your spelt risotto with a sub–farro. Will let you know what happens. Had a great visit with your mom when she was in DC on business. Keep up the good work. lots of love, great aunt Alice
October 21, 2015 (10:17 am)
Thanks Alice! I’m glad you like the blog and that you’re going to give one of the recipes a shot. I think farro will be a great substitution! If you haven’t tried spelt yet, though, I hope you’ll give it a shot. It’s got great flavor and texture!