In My Kitchen: Thanksgiving Day Highlights

by in Healthy Holidays, Thanksgiving, November 28, 2009

desserts
A holiday meal for 12 people, two newborn babies and two dogs in a very small house — it may sound impossible but I’m happy to report that my family’s Thanksgiving meal was a huge success!

cornbread

ham

Thanks to the combined culinary talents of family members (and my super-hero hubby) we managed to pull off a delicious, stress-free meal. Butter and high-calorie favorites were present but were accompanied by lighter options to balance things out (the butternut squash soup and meyer lemon broccoli were big hits!).

broccoli

Instead of the usual sit-down meal at a long table with candles and flowers, we opted for a casual buffet and a sit-where-you-can arrangement. Everyone was cozy and relaxed — exactly what a holiday meal should be. I have so much to be thankful for. I wouldn’t have changed a thing!

baby

How was your Thanksgiving?

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  1. vitamins says:

    What a nice thanksgiving party! You had great time to enjoy. Well all recipes are looking very yummy. Thanks for these nice pictures.
    Our thanksgiving party was too good. I made chocolate cake and all my family members liked it. They appreciated me.

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