Not too long ago, I was invited to a thanksgiving dinner with Sam's cousin. I was excited to be able to feast on a massive meal of turkey, ham, potatoes and sauce.
Now this was a very interesting day as i woke up to a living room in disarray.
On this busy day, they were planning to finish the framing of the floors, and put together a bathroom. Now this would be hard enough on a normal day, but to add this to a thanksgiving dinner seemed like complete insanity to me.
However, while i was helping out in the kitchen the living room turned miraculously into this.
For dinner, we started off with some appetizers. Cheese and crackers are the must at all appetizers, but we also had some sliced cucumber topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon and dill.
Now it isnt thanksgiving without a turkey, luckily for us we had two.
On the side of the turkey we had the danish specialty of brown potatoes. These are potatoes that have a caramel coating...absolutely delicious.
And finally it would not be Danish styled without some tasty sauces. Well i guess these sauces were not necessarily Danish, but the point is similar. We had gravy, cheese sauce, and the butter was being used to make danish Brown potatoes.