Really, I don't know what it is about me and not being able to post holiday themed recipes. I always feel like I really should. I just get a stress attack when I try to limit my ideas to turkey, pumpkin pie, potatoes and stuffing. It's way too overwhelming. I just see all of them flashing through my mind in succession over and over with a grand finale of this Seinfeld clip, until I go into a holiday coma where I can't think of any good ideas.
But, as I said, I got out of the coma just in time this year to make you this soup! I just made half a batch because I didn't want to have a ton of Thanksgiving leftover leftovers, but if you've still got all your family hanging around today, make the whole thing. Or double. Or triple.
Anyway, this was the first Thanksgiving I ever had outside of the USA, so I decided to give these foreigners (or wait... I guess I'm the foreigner...) a taste of a real American Thanksgiving. We had representatives from FIVE different countries at our table yesterday, a German, a Finn, two Iranians, an Afghan, and of course two Americans (that would be me and Samuel). I hope I gave them an accurate idea of what Thanksgiving is supposed to be like, even though my pumpkin pie crust totally stank! Too bad I had to leave my pie crust making sister back in the U.S. Next Thanksgiving I'm flying you over here, lady!
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