Our 1st Thanksgiving Abroad

Thanksgiving is only an American holiday, and therefore could be easily missed living abroad. Not because we forget, but there’s nothing that indicates it even exists anywhere else in the world. Christmas is all around this time of year and Vienna’s famous Christmas markets have been up and running since mid November. We were invited to a pot luck a while back, but I stupidly got my dates mixed up (because at the time I thought we would still be in Taiwan) and had to decline. Oh well, next year. Instead, I will roast a chicken- because I don’t even want to finagle with baking a turkey in our European sized oven. The chicken paired with a few of our favorite Thanksgiving sides should suffice this year.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


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