wonderful man out in Westmoreland. I can't tell you how delicious our turkey turned out, so I won't even begin to try. On top of that, we had maple glazed carrots, brussel sprouts, and mashed potatoes using vegetables from our C.S.A share at Tracie's Farm in Fitzwilliam. I made a wonderful wild rice stuffing and cranberry sauce, and as luck would have it, the night before I came across a recipe for gluten-free gravy from Gluten Free Girl and the Chef. I wasn't planning on making any bread this year, but Ash asked if I'd make cornbread, and I figured that would be a great idea. My cornbread recipe has an adaptation to make muffins and as my 9x9 pan was tied up with our dessert, which was pumpkin cake with a butter-cream frosting, I thought it would be a great addition to the table. Turns out if you follow the adaptation, the muffins burn. I wasn't impressed, but the family used forks and ate the tops and insides anyhow and it all worked out in the end. There were some logistical things that I am sure we can work out better for next year surrounding the actual cooking of the food items, such as pre-cooking some things and then just heating them up as the turkey rests when it comes out the oven, but overall I think it was a huge success and I'm quite pleased with how it turned out. When it was all said and done, The Boy™ surprised me and washed all the dishes. I had much to be thankful for indeed.