I know, I know. Tons of great places to eat, but I want to make sure I eat well. We'll be there for a week -- Top 3 must-not-miss places??
Heading to northern West Virginia for Thanksgiving weekend. We have reservations at the Blennerhassett for the actual Thanksgiving meal (WONDERFUL, if you haven't been), but couldn't find much else worth visiting, food-wise while we were last there. Any ideas? (We're talking Parkersburg, Mineral Wells area)
Thinking of taking my boy on Saturday -- Chef Symon will be there. Any specific places I should stop?
We were supposed to travel to the in-laws this week for Thanksgiving, but plans have fallen through. I am not that experienced of a cook, although I can follow a recipe. There are just 3 of us -- what do I make for the big meal? Any size turkey will be too big, but I want somewhat of a traditional feel (i.e. I don't want to make a lasagna or something off the wall like that). Cost is a bit of a factor here, as well. I could succumb to ordering from Boston market, but even that would be too much food, I think, for the 3 of us... Any suggestions are GREATLY appreciated!
My MIL is in town, and brought an Alfredo sauce with her on her 8 hour drive (apparently we don't have those bland little sauce-mix packets where I live). I was a trooper and ate the Fettucine with separated Alfredo sauce, but I'm Italian! Isn't there a law somewhere saying I don't have to eat this stuff?!
What about you? What have you had to eat to keep the harmony at the table?
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