24 November 2005

Turkey Lurkey


HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL.

Trying to brine a turkey this morning. Even though we're spending the day at my cousin's house, we're still whipping up a full-on Thanksgiving feast for the obligatory leftovers. James gets this unbelievable Syrian bread from a Middle Eastern bakery in Roslindale that adds a dash of Lebanese flavor to the post-Thanksgiving sandwich. Jimmy ranks these creations among the "top 10 percent of all sandwiches" --so you know they're something special. If you're in the area this weekend, come on by and we'll make you one.

And be sure to pick up a Globe today. LP appears on the front page of the Living Arts section looking like she walked out of the pages of the NYT Style mag. Unfortunately the online version does not include photos, so just spend the 50 cents on a hard copy already.

10 comments:

Celine said...

Happy Turkey Day All! We just got home from a 413 Thanksgiving and will be recovering on the couch for the evening.

Loved the article Kate. LP looked like a movie star, just plain fabulous!

:phil: said...

Happy Thanksgiving! The best thing about hosting the dinner is the leftovers...

Code Red said...

Who knows a good sandwich better than Jimmy?

Great article KJ...and LP, you look tres chic! Fabulous picture!

KJ said...

Nice photo, Kim Possible. The resemblance is spooky!

BAGS said...

KJ (another) great article. AFB read it to me in the car while heading out to the 'rents in Amherst.

LP snazzy photo.

Dealio, what section of the Globe should we expect to see you in?

:phil: said...

Let me get this straight, you're a freelance writer for the Globe? Very cool. I've been in the paper but not as a writer, but as a writee (?).
Interesting article too

James said...

I'm trying to catch my breath after finishing one of Kate's turkey, stuffing, and cranberry on Syrian bread sangies. Can't believe I actually have to play hockey Sunday. Bought 10 packages of bread this year for family next year will extend request to friends...
That one is in the book and near the top.

What should I rent tonight Crash or Fever Pitch????

Anonymous said...

SB here... I've never seen Crash. Fever Pitch was OK. They used those Sox clips in the trailer to lure suckers like me. The movie definitely falls into the category of "rental" though. Worth the $4. I just rented Napoleon Dynamite, and looking forward to finally seeing it.

g. said...

Someone send me the article! The turkeys were safe from me, but that sandwich sounds AWESOME. Happy thanksgiving everybody :)
g.

KJ said...

G!! Happy Thanksgiving, lovey. We miss you terribly. Email me your new address when you have a chance...xo