Hey, do you have anyone hogging yr fridge tonight?
I had to move the shallow drawer! Onto a shelf! Good thing there is never really anything in it but Mari's KitKats.
It has to go downstairs later, maybe, bc I am going to try a thing I read at Food52 (step 1) where I let it dry. Maybe. I can't rinse off & pat dry & massage blahblahblah a 13-pound turkey by myself and the idea of doing it even with Mari makes me tired.
Honestly, it makes me too anxious to think of open raw meat germing things up (needless anxiety, but you do you, ok?), so maybe I will cross that out in the interest of Not Fussing. Also, it is not a part of the Heavenly Deliverance Turkey Protocol from Nigella Lawson, so who knows? I mean, that bird will only take 2 hours & 45 minutes to roast, so why should I spend a second more fretting over it?
Other things we are eating (since only two of us eat turkey): mashed potatoes; roasted parsnips; red lentil soup; a pretend shepherd's pie with cauliflower & lentils (similar, but from the Clean Cleanse book & leaving out the mushrooms bc Garçon); oaten bread, and socca aka farinata.
No dessert bc I am like that plus we just had birthday cake anyway. Fifille has a ballet schoolmate whose mother puts dessert on the table every night. Every night!
Since I am evidently a beauty blogger now, I want you to know that I am loving L'Oreal Youth Code Dark Spot, etc, etc Serum (?)Corrector. Here's a link. Confusing bc they have changed the packaging even since I bought it, which was around the time I last wrote about drugstore-products' beautification, but anyhow, I am satisfied. Maybe you can't go back in time & start wearing everyday sunscreen at the age of 15, but that doesn't mean you have to do nothing. This is the 21st century. Plus, prob soon you will be able to go back in time & tell yr 15yo self to buy some Clinique City Block. Or, at least leave yourself an answering machine message, like Twelve Monkeys! Je reviens, Happy Thanksgiving, xoxox