We learned some important lessons this Thanksgiving.
Number one: French press coffee makers do indeed whip heavy cream into glorious submission:
Number two: Homemade appetizers still don't get eaten unless they are a) decor for bloody marys (celery, cheese, olive, sausage, surprisingly appropriate) or b) macarons (espresso and salted caramel, explosively delicious):
Number three: Turkeys cooked in a roasting rack do sometimes look like torpedos:
Number four: Eight Thanksgiving servings are always smaller than eight regular servings. We would all have to eat like this:
(and then some) to eat all of this:
(I still don't know where Ted's sausage-walnut-sage stuffing went. It was delicious, I promise).