A common misconception about living on an island is that you undoubtedly eat poorly. No grocery store? Military rations it is! Fortunately, that is not the case here on the Southeast Farallon Islands. Every two weeks we are resupplied with food by a group of volunteers who do a large shop for us, picking up an assortment of fresh produce, dairy, meats and other goods we might need. So, despite what may have been envisioned for a SEFI thanksgiving, it is always a feast comparable to any mainland meal!
Liz prepping the stuffing:
Mashed potatoes and blueberry-apple pie in the works:
The turkey and a pie, almost ready:
Jim serving himself some stuffing and sweet potato casserole:
The meal: stuffing, gravy, turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes and sweet potato biscuits:
Chocolate pecan pie: