Last week, I had a great Thanksgiving lunch/dinner. Growing up in a traditional Asian family household, I’ve never really had a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Since graduating, I was able to experience it during my company’s Thanksgiving Luncheon. It was a traditional Thanksgiving meal with turkey, ham, roast beef, mash potatoes, stuffing, mac & cheese, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie (my favorite).
On the actual Thanksgiving Day, I was back at my parents’ house. Of course, not being one to really celebrate Thanksgiving, my mom made Cambodian-style hot pot.
Of course, Chibi is the first to knock out after being fed so much treats/veggies.
For Black Friday sales, my sister, her boyfriend, and I went to Westfield Topanga Mall in Woodland Hills, CA. We arrived around 9 a.m., and surprisingly it wasn’t that crowded. The longest line we waited in was Express (about 5 minutes), and Hollister (5-10 minutes). By noon, the mall was pack!
For lunch, my sister’s boyfriend chose Tender Greens because I’ve never had it. I ordered a grilled salmon plate with a side of arugula salad, and seasoned vegetables.