I love the holiday season! And I usually love cooking Thanksgiving dinner for my family. I'm actually really good at sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie -the usual turkey-day menu. But this year, that all sounds terrible to me!! The thought of handling and stuffing a raw turkey makes my stomach turn. I could put Hubby on kitchen duty, but cooking big meals just isn't one of his strengths. He is, however, great when it comes to grilling, so I am thinking about getting him a turkey fryer and he can just set that up in the backyard and we'll see what he comes back in with :-)
I've also considered doing a Thanksgiving breakfast instead. Like, quiche with turkey sausage, fresh squeezed juice & fruit, and an assortment of baked goods like sticky buns. Breakfast foods sound great to me these days.
We have been invited to my sister in laws house for a traditional Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, so I don't feel as guilty about not fixing up a traditional feast for Hubby on Thursday...
Is anyone else considering modifying Thanksgiving dinner because of food aversions?