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Sunday, Amanda's aunt graciously took me and Padmini into her home for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving in Canada is pretty similar to Thanksgiving in the United States in that it revolves around family and eating lots of good food. Amanda's family is Italian so in addition to the traditional Thanksgiving cuisine (turkey, ham, stuffing, potatoes, vegetables, and cranberry sauce), they had focaccia and eggplant parmigiana.
Their Thanksgiving was amazingly nearly gluten free. I couldn't eat the focaccia, eggplant parmigiana, or stuffing, but I could eat mostly everything else. They make their gravy with cornstarch instead of flour and her sister got me gluten free stuffing and gluten free pumpkin pie! Canadians are so friendly.
Thank you Amanda for having me at your family gathering and thank you Padmini for hosting me. Thank you Tahnee for being you. I love and miss you all.