Thanksgiving Food Traditions

Although I am grateful for many things, I’m also sad to spend a second Thanksgiving without my dad (who passed the Sunday before Thanksgiving last year).

I’m thankful he passed on the cooking gene, that I spent many long hours in the kitchen with him, that many of his food traditions live on through me, and that cooking is a passion that Jason and I share.

We built our menu from supplies from the Rittenhouse Farmer’s Market from our favorite vendors, Rambling Roots Farms and Otolith Sustainable Seafood:

What are your Thanksgiving food traditions?

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  1. We don’t go to KY for Thanksgiving anymore, but I loved requesting coconut garlic sweet potatoes (mike tried them once and almost died he hated them so much). My sister generally campaigns for a Tofurkey, but I only like it because it comes with apple dumplings as a side and a “giblet” gravy, which while (kind of?) morbid, I find hilarious.

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