green bean casserole
sweet potato casserole
red cabbage and cranberries
macaroni and cheese
giblet gravy with mashed potatoes (potatoes not shown~oops!)
red velvet cake
Thank you for not showing MY plate! =)
Oooh...I love the last photo of your overflowing plate! Mine was very similar! Delish!
Yummmmm!!! Hope you had the most blessed Thanksgiving!! thank you so much for your sweet words!blessings, kari & kijsa
Oops, your food is touching. I love how you took photos of all the decorations and foods. I've done large photos of food groupings before but not individuals, and I think this is a great idea. It will have to wait until next year, except that I can at least do Christmas that way.I've read a few of your older posts as time has allowed, and I like your hair. Your story turned out much better than mine when I tried to color mine brown after a bad sun-in gone orange in 9th grade episode. I ended up black with a bluish shine when I tried to go back to brown. I'm a natural brown with redish highlights, and I wanted blonde...didn't go so well...and I've never crossed that path again.
Lora, this looks like a true feast! I wish I could have been there to taste a little of everything. I probably would not have been satisfied with a little, knowing me. This must have taken hours and hours and I know your family loved it. What special memories you are making. I love your new pictures. I hope you got some rest now and are getting ready for Christmas. I have asked my daughter for the Beth Moore new bible study about Esther. That is all I really want. I love listening to her and Joyce Meyer on the way back and forth from Atlanta. Later, luv ya, Trish
I forgot to tell you how wonderful your table center piece and artwork by Princess are. Just beautiful!!
WOW.. everything looks great. Next year I'm eating at your place :)Glad you had a wonderful Thanksgiving
I can see I am going to have to check out some of your recipes. The bread rolls look amazing not to mention all your other dishes.
It all looks so good...I have never heard of the kind of carrots you show...now I'm curious.
What a beautiful table setting, and even after my weekend of feasting the food all looks DELICIOUS!
Thanks for all of your comments on our Thanksgiving table! I almost didn't show my plate, it was a little embarrassing-ha! Sharon~I hate to admit it, but the only thing on our menu that wasn't made from scratch was the rolls:) We cheated this year and bought Sister Schubert's Parker House rolls from the freezer section at the store. Jamie~that carrot recipe is my aunt's and it's so delicious! THe holidays just aren't the same without them for my family. The cooked-till-just-tender carrots are marinated in a mixture of vinegar, oil, tomato soup along with some seasonings and peppers and onions. If you'd like the recipe, I'll be happy to give it to you!
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