Cooking with herbs for Thanksgiving

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                                “Joys divided are increased” Josiah Gilbert Holland’ 

Tomorrow is the big day-Thanksgiving. Since I am a vegetarian, I don’t eat turkey, but planning some yummy dishes to share with my friends. 

My contributions will be a Boursin cheese ball I made from herbs I bought at the Herb Fair in October, a peppery watercress salad with lime dressing, toasted pecans, corn pudding, sweet potato casserole, and some homemade rolls with my rosemary butter. Also, making a delicious parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme gravy that will go on anything!

Most of the herbs in picture are from my yard, but went to an Asian market yesterday, and purchased a large quantity of basil for $1.49, 4 large bundles of spring onions for $1.00. What a savings-will not be buying from the grocery store when I need herbs.

So I’m off to prep. HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL.

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