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In college, my friends started Fakesgiving—a night to celebrate Thanksgiving together before everyone went home for the holidays. Our school is on the quarter system and winter break is from Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day. That’s a month and a half of break and since my college is known for it’s international student population, my friends went home to all corners of the world.
Spring may mean lamb to some, asparagus to others, and perhaps for a lucky few, spring means morel mushrooms. Not for me.
Spring for me means Vidalia onions are in season. The season starts with the baby Vidalia's. They look like an overgrown green onion or like an overly bulbous leek. A short while later the real deal arrives, golden squatty onions with just covered in yellow and white, papery skin.
For me, butternut squash had always been a veggie you roasted as a side dish, pureed into a soup, or cooked into a stew. But lately more usual butternut squash variations at restaurants have been grabbing my eye and convincing me to try them. Each displayed the sweet, nutty winter squash in a uniquely delicious way.
After looking at holiday recipes at work for months already, I'm day dreaming of the best parts of the Thanksgiving, which in my opinion are the side dishes and time with family. But such cravings are practical, too.
Meet my new favorite convenience product: puff pastry dough.
I love how you call pull a sheet of frozen dough out of box, shape it and mix with basic ingredients, and it instantly transforms into a oh-so-gourmet-looking masterpiece. Its crisp, buttery layers quickly found a way to my pastry-loving heart.