It was Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. We slept in on Saturday and it rained most of the day. By 11 AM I had a cauliflower cream soup on the stove and had roasted off the turkey backs (Long's $2) and had them in a pot to make stock for turkey gravy.
I watched Motel Makeover (Netflix) and found it interesting, as they open a motel during the pandemic in 2020 outside Toronto. Here is a link the the June Motel webpage.
Together we finished The I-Land an American science fiction thriller miniseries.
We watched the first episode of The Lost Symbol an adaptation of Dan Brown's book. Much of the series was filmed in and around Toronto. We quickly spotted Union Station!
We're finished off Nine Perfect Strangers.
Friday was Movie Afternoon since we didn't go out.
First up was the 2000 Panic . It kept our attention as a thriller.
The Flaw an award-winning, well researched and informative documentary examining the root causes of the greatest financial crisis in 2008 the United States has seen since the Great Depression.
Saturday John asked for curry chicken.
Sunday turkey, roast potatoes and carrots, mushy peas and maple Brussels sprouts. Pumpkin cheesecake mousse for dessert.
Monday we love to have turkey, bacon tomato sandwiches for breakfast. Dinner was leftovers.
Tuesday we had more leftover turkey with mashed cauliflower potatoes and Brussels sprouts.
Wednesday I used the last of the turkey in a diced tomato/chicken stock sauce with celery, peppers, carrots and onions and the leftover mashed.
Thursday done with turkey! Hamburgers.
Friday steak sandwiches with onions,cheese and peppers.
The book that I mentioned starting last week Invisible City had to be one of the worst books I've read this year. The writing was awful but worse was the main character's ignorance. Didn't both with the ending.
I started The Stranger Inside.