Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Yesterday the flatmates and a friend and I spent about…
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Yesterday the flatmates and a friend and I spent about six hours, on and off, making food. There was turkey and mashed potatoes and cranberry-sauce salad and pumpkin pie and gravy, and I made a pretty good spontaneous-ish soup; I'll post a recipe here when I have more time.
Tip: when you're slicing a carrot, and it occurs to you that you're doing it unsafely, and go ahead and do it that way anyway, you *will* cut your finger, as I did.
All the food was good and people said what they were thankful for and dug in and loved it. Also, I played Dance Dance Revolution, and it was fun. Whee!