Sunday, November 25, 2007

Thanksgiving. . . Again



Dad and Alma were here this week-end for our second Thanksgiving dinner. Our menu was altered somewhat from the original to:

Oven Roasted Vegetables
Herb and Seed Rice Pilaf
Sweet Corn
Jelled Cranberry Molded Salad
Creamy Cranberry Salad
Sparkling Cider
Thumb-print Almond Date Cookies
Crown Gems
Grandma's Pumpkin Pudding

Recipes follow below --- enjoy!

14 comments:

  1. Yum! Everyone of these recipes look wonderful! I don't know if any one else appreciates them as much as I do. Thank you so much for taking the time to post them with such beautiful photography to go with them.

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  2. Thank you so much for going to all the trouble to post all those recipes. Mary

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  3. What a creative menu and great recipe. Thank you xoxoxo Clarice

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  4. What a treat to have two Thanksgivings. I loved having my family at my house. My mother loved the needlepoint you did. It fit right in with the harvest/thanksgiving decor!

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  5. How wonderful to celebrate a day of Thanks twice. Your menu sounds delicious.

    Love,
    Julie

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  6. What a beautiful table setting! Sounds delicious too!

    Katherine

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  7. We had our 2nd Thanksgiving meal on Sunday evening. We needed to have leftovers of our own...
    Yours looked yummy.

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  8. That just looks delicious. I love vegetables. You are such a gourmet cook, and all your recipes sound so healthy. Thank you for the lovely pictures and recipes.

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  9. We thank for the very beautiful recipes, somebodies we created also him we were thanked.
    With the occasion to you I say that:
    In my country 3.000 years before, we had the word hospitality it had important place in the heart of persons.
    They too much believed in the hospitality, that created a god to her price. The '' Xenjo Zeys '' (the god of foreigners), that means First between the twelve Gods, that protect foreigner but also those that them entertain.

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  10. Looks great.two dinners wow.

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  11. Hi LaDonna,
    I have a quick question. I have just started cooking in a healthy way with all natural products. Do you find it to cost more to cook this way? I have found that my food shopping bill has gone way up but that is ok. I know it is better for us. I think part of the cost is I am having to start fresh a buy my beginning items. Like oils,grains and seasoning. I guess you could called it the staples. Also Bob's red Mills now has gluten free oats.
    Have a blessed day.
    Elizabeth

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  12. Looks like you folks had a wonderful feast !

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  13. What a gorgeous spread! And delicious too, I'm sure.

    Jody

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