Nov 30, 2009

Thanksgiving photos

We had a really lovely Thanksgiving this year. As always we had tons of great food and I wanted to share a few photos.

Here is the pasta and cheese experience. Okay fine, it was mac & cheese but a lot went into it!


Here is all the good stuff on one plate (paper that is). We had turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, candied yams, black eyed peas, turnip greens, mac & cheese and cranberry sauce.


Here is the most amazing and perfect turkey I have ever cooked. I can't believe how juicy and delicious it was. It was a Beer and Rosemary roasted turkey and if you want the recipe just email me. I will be making this same one every year. I have been doing it wrong all along it seems.


9 comments:

  1. Your meal looks amazing!

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  2. OMG girl that food looks so good ...I am literally sitting here drooling at that Mac and Cheese. Is that bacon on top of it ? Yummo!

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  3. Liquor always helps with tenderness! Yum!!!

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  4. WOW that turkey almost looks professional! Wonderful job!!!!!

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  5. DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Found you through Don's site Minus The Bars.
    Family and food look great so mom is definitely doing a lot right. Would say more, but all of a sudden I'm hungry.

    SLC

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  7. We finally finished our leftovers and now I'm hungry again. Thanks.

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  8. Yum!!! That turkey looks sooo good - everything on that dern plate does! Would you please email me that recipe when you get a spare minute - no rush! mochatini at gmail dot com

    Thank you!!!!

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  9. Yum-O!!! I made mac and cheese too. Everyone around here cringes when I tell them mac and cheese, but I have to explain its 'southern' mac and cheese and tastes nothing like they have tasted before. Every year we devour it and it goes too fast. Happy Thanksgiving... a little late

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