We wish you the happiest of Thanksgivings! First and foremost, we want to thank you for being a loyal reader and for joining our journey this year. We wish you tons of rest, relaxation and good food!
We could not be more thankful for the happiness, new opportunities, renewed appreciation for the world and our success over this last year! Some of the great things that happened to us:
- We explored tons of new places around Washington and Idaho
- We took ownership of a farm and will be officially opening Aquaberry Gardens next year
- We celebrated 1 year of marriage
- We exceeded 100 houseplants in our “jungalow”
- We officially spent 1 year living back in the town that we love
- We got a new beagle puppy and enjoy watching him learn and grow
- We saw countless shooting stars and appreciated our place in the universe
What are you thankful for this year?
Sometimes I make mock-up Thanksgiving meals before the actual season just because the food is so delicious! After trying a test-run of some sage rubbed chicken, I also decided to switch up my recipe for stuffing/dressing. Since I didn’t want to ruin a potential Thanksgiving with something I wasn’t sure I loved, I had to try this one out first! Oyster stuffing is popular in Southern cooking and can be quite controversial; I had never tried it until now; I’m glad I did. Continue reading
Though when cooked outside of the turkey it’s called dressing, Thanksgiving stuffing is one of my favorite Thanksgiving foods! Here is a recipe for my favorite Thanksgiving Stuffing.
A whole loaf of cubed White Bread (or Whole Wheat) Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving from Aquaberry Bliss!
This year, I am truly thankful for the opportunity to begin living my dream and for all of you who are here to share in the adventure!
Thank you for joining me as I experiment my way through life, enjoying all that nature has to offer along the way.
Have a peaceful, safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
-Elizabeth Adan, Aquaberry Bliss
Cranberry sauce is a classic on Thanksgiving. I am a fan of anything cranberry so whipping this up for Thanksgiving will be a treat!
Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 package frozen or fresh cranberries
Optional Spices: allspice, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, star anise, orange zest Continue reading