Yesterday, I got adventuresome and did something I don't normally do, thanks to my work (and bowel) schedule: I ate a small lunch. Behold:
That's a pretty tiny bowl, slightly larger than the palm of my hand, and I've managed to cram most of the elements of the Thanksgiving meal into it: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, and cranberry sauce (I added the sauce after microwaving the rest).
The cool thing about yesterday's meal is that it was the sort of repast that could have been eaten with a fork, spoon, or even a pair of chopsticks. True-- the peas would have had to be mixed with the mashed potatoes had I taken the chopsticks option.
My only regret is the lack of a decent gravy. Because I had bought skinless turkey breast tenderloins, I didn't have the drippings of an entire roasted turkey to work with. That was sad. Otherwise, the meal tasted great.