food and wine

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Cooking / Parties

Autumn is finally here! Or so it’s finally beginning to look like Autumn in Houston. I hosted a Thanksgiving dinner with friends again this year. Last year, we decided to take a break and dine out, but somehow the idea of not cooking on Thanksgiving didn’t sit too well with me this year. It’s always a lot of work to put together a large party, but I really enjoys cooking and having everyone over to hang out. This year, I took a more chill approach and didn’t stress on the decor as much. I didn’t even snap that many photos of the party to my surprise, but the food was cooked on time, friends came and ate and conversed, the baked brie was a hit, Pacquiao won, and baby slept soundly through it all, so I guess it was a pretty successful event after all. On to the next…

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artist. homebody. cinephile. slow book collector.

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