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Friday, November 26, 2010

Thanksgiving 2010 Remembered!

What a great day!!   Weather was absolutly beautiful....sunny, and in the 70's.  As a matter of fact, we had to open the doors to the veranda to cool the Kitchen and Living Room down.  Our good friends joined us today and brought along their version of the Macy's Day parade....and the breezes through the Living Room keep the cat entertained as they bounced around!



Time to set the table and Miss M presented me with a new set of Birthday Dinnerware...she is so sweet and always surprises me with little treats.  

The Dining Room Table ready for feasting
Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage

Fresh Baked Rolls

The Grande Entree

Of course....TOO MUCH but we still had to eat!

And we couldn't be with out a little dessert!   And a few Lindt Chocolate Truffles with coffee.



Hoping your Thanksgiving Meal was wonderful!

Bon Appetit

3 comments:

RamblingTart said...

SO scrumptious!! How fun to get new dinnerware. :-) I have never tried cornbread and sausage stuffing, but it sounds fantastic!! And that pumpkin roll - wow. Just love it. :-)

Gary said...

Mr. Bill,

How great to have your own Macy’s parade (lol), your flock is absolutely the boom!!! And the TABLE!!!, beautiful!!! How lucky you are to have such a wonderful friend as Miss M. And the food!!! OMG!!! I am still stuffed from my Thanksgiving, but after seeing you posted pictures I could “JUMP” right in the buffet line and not think twice about it. I am so glad you guys had such a wonderful time and all I can say is … I could really stretch out on the couch with that pumpkin roll and a cup of coffee!!! Have a good remainder of the holiday weekend. - G

My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a great feast Bill. I love your new dinnerware. That turkey looks perfectly cooked. Glad you had a great Thanksgiving and that the weather was lovely.
Sam

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