[photopress:images_1_2_3.jpg,thumb,alignright]My clients ask me all kinds of questions. Like, “How do I cook my very first Thanksgiving dinner in my little apartment, with my boyfriend’s Mom coming into town!?”
I overdo it myself, cooking two turkeys instead of just one, for example. I promised the real estate forum that I would brine one of them first, and do a brined vs. not brined taste test. Yeah, agent forums do go “off topic” from time to time.
I have a question for you out there. Do I come up with a vegetarian entre for those guests? Or do I leave them to eat everything except the turkey? We have salmon for those who can eat fish but not turkey. We have plenty of other stuff. But is it insulting not to have a main entre that is not fish or meat? My soup has little meatballs. My gravy is made from turkey stock…so that rules out mashed potatoes and gravy. What is an appropriate “meal” to serve a vegetarian coming to Thanksgiving dinner so that they feel like you paid some adequate attention?
Your thoughts appreciated.