Now if you get it you get it & if you don't you don't but don't knock nabe-ryori or kimchi, OK? I'm sorry Mr. Kimchi, or whoever I stole this picture from on google, but I didn't take a picture of mine. I was too busy dishing it up & stuffing myself. But I'm telling you, nothings better than your food bubbling away at the table where all you have to do is grab a pair of chopsticks & serve it up.
I guess, I don't feel like I'd have the energy to pull off two big dinners in the course of a month. Besides, which one is supposed to be the one that you go "all out" for? I never did understand the difference between dishes you eat on Thanksgiving & dishes you eat at Christmas? Aren't they the same? Does any one have answers for me? This is a topic that has always plauged me.
Well, in any case this is my awkward thanksgiving post & now that that's out of the way we can move on to Christmas. :)
Stay warm & cozy, Good night!
P.S. Cookie posts coming at you, soon. Prepare a glass of milk!!