Continuing the New Hampshire trend, I spent my Thanksgiving day at my friend Joey‘s grandpa’s house, just near Dartmouth. I’ll keep this short and sweet – 1) the Fritz family is so much fun 2) I ate way more than anybody else including Joey who is six bajillion feet tall and 3) I am too lucky to have such wonderful friends.
New favorite thing: Brussel Sprouts A super fresh, delicious saladYa know, she’s just doin’ a lil’ jiggy while making some gravyI could eat these sweet potatoes for days. Honestly, they were absurd. If somebody offered me these, I would wed them immediately. Another thing to note was that we started our Thanksgiving “dinner” around 2PM, hence the strange lighting. And even then, it took me a few days before I was fully recovered.We were told this was a Chocolate Pecan Pie, but Joey and I were NOT prepared for the first bite of all that is good in this world.
Needless to say, I went on a health kick for the following week which lasted about 2 days until I ordered a calzone.