Today is Thanksgiving and there’s not much more to do than to make our family favorites and spend time with our loved ones. For that reason, I am keeping this weekly blog post short and sweet. The train stations and airports are packed full of people reuniting and hugging and it feels like we’ve come such a long way from last year’s Thanksgiving. We can finally invite guests to our houses and feel comfortable going out to shop in the grocery stores. This ability to simply gather and eat together is something we had all previously taken for granted but can recognize as a precious feeling to cherish now. Packed full of people shopping for their feasts and connecting with their fellow neighbors, our Thanksgiving pop-up market last weekend was a great vision of going back to normal. We are so grateful to have supplied you all with the freshest, high-quality ingredients that we know will be the base for warm family reconnections tonight. More than that, we are just so thankful for this bounty of colorful, healthy food that we all have access to and can nourish ourselves with. We especially have to send all our thanks to the local farmers and food producers for all they do to keep us going. So, all we ask is that you make sure to acknowledge where your food comes from when you sit down to eat this evening. We wish you all a safe and happy Thanksgiving from the Norman’s family to yours.