Friday, November 26, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We just got back from a great family gathering at our parents, Al and Peggy, in Davis, CA, and I wanted to share a quick photo of our bird. It was a buxom 20-pounder, and tasted almost as good as it looked. I'll be back to work tomorrow, starting in on a whole slew of new videos. One we'll have coming soon, will be inspired by the pan-roasted artichoke hearts seen below. Stay tuned!



9 comments:

A box of kitchen said...

Happy thanksgiving, Chef John! Oh....that turkey looks gorgeous! I wonder how turkey tastes, though..I`ve never tried it.

VĂ­ctor said...

Never thought artichokes could be a valuable side dish.

Now I'm forced t give them a try and eat them in an enjoyable way.

Kosim Buitenzorg said...

Hallo Chef John,

I baked my first turkey yesterday, and it was amazing. The turkey was moist and delicious. I would like to thank you once again for the wonderful recipe. I added lemon and garlic and massaged the breast and leaved it for 1 hour before finally put in the oven. The result was amazing!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I want to thank you for so many great recipes that made my first thanksgiving dinner a very successful one. The Apricot and Pecan Sourdough Stuffing was a big hit.
- Nick P

Razors Edge said...

Every thanksgiving I tell myself that I could live on turkey stuffing by itself.. I wouldn't need any other food. I'm sure I'm right about that but haven't made the leap forward just yet!

Jennifer said...

Without sounding strange, please make me Thanksgiving dinner next year? Ha! I will have to try out those artichokes..delicioso!

Anonymous said...

For some reason (tech challenged, I guess), I cannot pull up your email address. Error message says I haven't installed something properly.

Anyway, I wanted to tell you that I just discovered your site in the last week or so and consider it better than any cookbook I've ever bought. Thus, I sent you a Paypal donation for my newest and "bestest" cookbook ever!

Thank you,
DR

Chef John said...

Thanks for the support DR, and thanks to everyone for the holiday wishes! :-)

Virginia said...

Hi Chef John,
I've been making turkey for Xmas for many years, but the one I made from your recipe was the best of them all. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge with us. HAPPY 2011!
Virginia Pereira