Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Thanksgiving Day Meal Plan

I've finally decided on our Thanksgiving Day Meal Plan.  It might not seem like much of a feast to some, but it is for us, and all I can afford.  I've gotten the shopping done, and today I will need to begin preparing dishes.

Most of the recipes are coming from the internet, so you can try them out too with the included links if you like.  Our dishes will be thus:

I have to admit that most of these are new recipes to us, but I like a change every now and then.  I think they will turn out well, and we are looking forward to the "feast".  The girls want to help me with the meal preparations.  We will a lovely time at home, and on Thanksgiving will open our Thankful Box.  We will also hopefully listen to some Thanksgiving stories from Character Concepts.

How about you?  What are you making for Thanksgiving this year?

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  1. It sounds wonderful! The Sue Gregg cook books have some wonderful recipes. I have used them for years.

    Amy jo

    1. Oh thank you! Yes, we love the Sue Gregg cook books too. They're full of information also. Blessings to you!

  2. Jack and I will be having turkey, sweet potatoes, rolls, gravy, and no bake pumpkin cheesecake parfaits. Sylvia Joy will get a treat of turkey! Blessings to you and yours.

    1. Sounds lovely, Michelle! How nice for your kitty! I think we will give our kitty a special turkey treat too :) Blessings to you also.

  3. Your family's feast and ours are pretty much the same, except we won't have mashed potatoes until Friday night's leftover meal. May God bless you and yours!

    Cynthia Berenger


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