Because Thursday this week is a holiday, here's a little Wednesday this n that...
I made the pumpkin cheesecake yesterday. Of course, I licked the bowl and the filling was so good I could've poured it into a glass and drank it. I think I might've accidentally used too much cream - 2/3rd cup instead of a half. I wasn't wearing my glasses. Anyway, it took way longer to cook, but, like I said, the filling tasted awesome. We'll eat some today.
Tomorrow Hubs will do the turkey. It's a behemoth for us, so he'll have to put it in the oven earlier than usual if we want to eat around noon like we always do. :shrug: We eat dinner around noon on TGD so we can lay around all day digesting the huge amounts we eat. It'll be a simple meal - turkey, stuffing, corn, cranberry sauce, rolls - on which we will gorge ourselves. Then days of turkey sandwiches. Yay.
Cranberry sauce... It has to be canned. It has to be jellied. I ate homemade cranberry sauce with whole cranberries once. Umm, no. For me, it's a crime against Thanksgiving. ;o)
Besides, canned cranberry sauce has lines for easy cutting. And Hubs loves it on turkey sandwiches. I don't need cranberry sauce on mine. Is there anything better than leftover roast turkey on a buttered crusty roll? I don't think so.
And now I'm hungry.
In non-food news, night before last, a scene for a book I wasn't planning on writing popped into my head and wouldn't go away. So I got up and jotted a couple notes for it. Last night, I wrote the scene out a little. I'm not sure where it's going to go, but hey, it's words.
In the past week or so, I've written words on three different stories. Which is weird for me. I'm usually a 'pick a story and stick to it' kind of gal. We'll see which if any of those three win and become whole books.
Okay, I'm done for today. I hope you all have most awesome Thanksgiving Days tomorrow and that you get to spend time with family and friends, if that's your thing. Hubs and I will be alone together again, which is just the way I like it. (Even if I do kinda miss seeing everyone at Thanksgiving, it's like a crowd scene up there most years.)