Legal Seafood. After all, those Plimoth Plantation people probably ate a lot more fish than turkey. But this year Rosemary and I decided to try Dante, a restaurant in the Sonesta Hotel.
PRIMI: Rosemary had the wild mushroom tart with goat cheese, frisee, mizuna, and aged balsamic. We expected a tiny pie, but it was a layer of puff pastry with the ground mushrooms and goat cheese on top. Since I am frightened of wild mushrooms, I had a salad of seasonal greens, cucumber yogurt, and red wine vinaigrette. They put all the dressing on the plate and made a dome of greens on top.
SECONDI: We both opted for the turkey dinner with stuffing, potato puree, sweet potato fries, maple Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and gravy. Even though the turkey was free-range, it was fat enough to be tender. They twisted pieces of turkey skin and (I think) fried it to make tasty turkey sticks. Everything was tasty, in fact. The Brussels sprouts were good, but I prefer them plainer, since I like the BS flavor. I've loved Brussels sprouts since childhood, when I pretended they were miniature cabbages.
DOLCI: Four thin slices of pie: apple, pumpkin, chocolate pecan, and ricotta. A small dish of salted caramel and chocolate ice cream. The pumpkin was different from what I'm used to. It had a thin layer of frosting on top and some kind of confection layer underneath the pumpkin layer. The ice cream had a caramel taste, but I couldn't taste any chocolate. Maybe they changed their mind.
The whole tab including wine, coffee, and tip was $220. Ouch! Pricey, but very good.
UPDATE: This is what Chuck and Jerry had for breakfast.