Dinner in the evening since the boys won't get up till lunch - that's okay; means I can enjoy a lie-in too.
Turkey and ham - both small, but make sure there's space in the oven for them, and for other things too. Cornbread casserole with black beans and goat's cheese for example, since one of the sons is vegetarian.
Candied yams - one day I'll find a recipe that everyone likes, but I fell in love them our first American Thanksgiving. Potatoes and carrots too. And cranberry sauce.
Vegetarian sausages with apples; not for me 'cause they have wheat in them, but I know the guys will eat 'em.
Gluten-free bread for me; real bread for them. Careful separation of crumbs. And the dressing made with mine - hope it doesn't dissolve.
Gluten-free apple pie because we're English - haven't quite acquired a taste for pumpkin yet. But I'm wondering how the pastry will work - it usually turns out kind of brick-like, made with gluten-free cement. Maybe cream will soften it.
Movies. Board games. Good books. A glass of wine. And the table set for dinner...
Yes, I'm planning and looking forward to tomorrow, and wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving.