Sunday, November 27, 2011

Thanksgiving And All That Food

I thought I would give everyone a chance to digest and absorb all those calories before I did this piece. You know where I am going here, that day we all love to stuff our faces with as much fats and carbohydrates, as we can. Thanksgiving is probably the one day throughout the year we throw out the rule book when it comes to eating. I can remember growing up as a child my Mom would always cook up an astonishing Thanksgiving meal each year. She always look forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas, because that was her chance to show all of us how much she loved us, and that was through food, where she always proved her point. Thanksgiving and of course Christmas is a time for family and friends to come together and reminisce, and yes enjoy good food. Our family did that very thing on Thanksgiving, only with a different twist this time. My wife decided she wanted to enjoy the day without having to prepare all the fixings, so we all had our dinner at the Cracker Barrel. The meal was a feast to say least. For 9.00 the meal consisted of sliced turkey, and ham, with the dressing, cranberry sauce, green beans, sweet potatoes and hot biscuits, rolls or cornbread. The sweet tea came with the meal as did a huge slice of pumpkin pie with a whip cream topping. You just can’t beat a meal like that even if you are sitting there thinking, how many pounds am I adding to the waist line here? Now I will spend the next two weeks in the gym trying to work off those fat calories I stuffed in on Thursday. On well it’s the holidays enjoy!!  


Cofisher said...

You said it so well. When I was young, we did not have a lot and it was a time for mom to show her love to a large family and extended family. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday bar none. Cheers!

Bill Trussell said...

Yes Thanksgiving is the holiday of food. Thanks for the comment

Sanders said...

I'll be going to the gym for the next few weeks as for the next holiday meal. Glad you had a great Thanksgiving!

Bill Trussell said...

I put on 7 lbs for this holiday, got so work to do. Thanks for the comment