|George, relaxing in his favorite Mid- Century chair.|
The ice rink that doubles as my driveway is melting nicely and most of the presents are wrapped. I'm feeling surprisingly calm and collected this holiday season, at least for now. Looking forward to seeing friends and family for Christmas and New Years, as well as creating new traditions.
Hosting Christmas dinner for the first time this year- not the usual garlic confit brisket and apricot kugel (insert good Jew here). This year's menu is beef Wellington, fingerling potatoes crisped in duck fat, blanched asparagus, Beaujolais, and a Buche de Noel. Yes, I'll be making the Buche as well. Or tying to.
Some things should never change, so I'll be watching Auntie Mame on Christmas Eve.
What traditions are important to you and your family?
Which ones have evolved over the years?
No matter how you celebrate- here's to a very happy holiday season.