|English: Photo showing some of the aspects of a traditional US Thanksgiving day dinner. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Those meals included two casserole dishes of the different types of dressing that satisfy each of our preferences. I always fix her a dressing with sausage and fruit because she refuses to touch my preferred dressing. Since I grew up with oyster dressing it's a tradition that makes Thanksgiving feel incomplete without it. I love my oyster dressing and had it for breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday and then polished off the rest for my Sunday dinner.
What is it about oysters anyway? It's one of those foods people love or cringe at the mere thought of. Have you ever tried oyster dressing? Are you anti-oyster or pro-oyster? Come on let's get into some real controversy!
Seriously, though, I thought I had my Monday blog post covered. I smugly believed that Bridget Straub's guest post was all set to go this morning. Then when I checked this morning to make sure it had gone up, I went into a frenzy to find out why it had not. --Because it's actually scheduled for Wednesday, that's why.
Bridget has gone along with my theme of offering topics to generate discussion with the topic of profanity. This is a topic some of you have written about in the past and one that I will undoubtedly discuss in the future--it's been on my topic list ever since it appeared on The Alliterative Allomorph quite a while back. It's a topic always worth discussing. Besides, who gives a chitterling if a topic is repeated.
Be sure to be here on Wednesday to offer your own thoughts about what Bridget Straub has to say about the subject of using profanity in ones writing.
By the way, if you missed my post about Walmart on Friday, you might enjoy going back to read through the comments. There was some epic discussion going on that covered both sides of the argument and the comments were outstanding. This topic will be expanded upon in future posts.
Hope you had as good of a Thanksgiving weekend as we did. It's creamed turkey and biscuits for us tonight. This is a leftover tradition from my childhood and I've been craving it. I don't know how much my wife will like it because she doesn't like gravy or anything resembling gravy. Still, I'm making it anyway.
Did you have a lot of Thanksgiving leftovers? What are some of your traditional leftover meals? Are you revived from your Thanksgiving coma yet?