… that our choices in Hudson continue to multiply.
… that Bonfiglio and Bread is open and serving this mushroom pizza, as well as sandwiches, their loaves of bread and other lovely bread things.
… that Crimson Sparrow has brought their vision of food to Hudson. And when I don’t splash out for dinner (because I try to not eat out that often) their brunch offers a selection of 4 choices for a reasonable price.
… that Swoon and Ca’Mea and Red Dot and Spotty Dog and Baba Louie’s and Da|Ba and Park Falafel & Pizza and Grazin’ Diner and Restaurant at Helsinki as well as relative newcomers Cafe Le Perche and Relish Hudson and so many other restaurants and trucks and carts (phew!) continue offering us such a variety of dining choices when we don’t wish to dine in.
…that we don’t have to eat out – and that Hudson can maintain an indoor farmers’ market on Saturdays starting the weekend after Thanksgiving. I can continue buying local vegetables and cheese and eggs… right here in town and give the money directly to the producers. (I am thankful for (roasted) brussel sprouts.)
… that my latest new recipe, an attempt at making candy – sea salt caramels – wasn’t a complete disaster. I actually ended up with toffee. (I’ll be especially thankful if I don’t lose fillings.)
… that it’s ginger cookie season.
… that my OH understands that running out of unsalted butter is a crisis and runs out to get me a couple of pounds. And a bottle of wine.
… for good neighbors, great friends and family.
… that I’m actually never really hungry in Hudson.