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Happy Thanksgiving

November 23rd, 2017

Wishing you all the happiest of Thanksgiving weekends. Most of us eat a few dinners and celebrate with multiple groups. I hope every one of your gatherings is filled with thankfulness and gratitude.

We did not eat one of our birds, we enjoyed a delicious smoked turkey from a local farm. We have all the normal side dishes, stuffing is my all-time favorite. There’s just something about sage, celery, onions, butter, and toasty bread. I really should make it more throughout the year.

What’s your favorite item on the menu at Thanksgiving?

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One Comment to “Happy Thanksgiving”
  1. Nebraska Dave on November 23, 2017 at 9:02 am

    Susy, thank you for the Thanksgiving wishes and best back to you. I guess the thing I enjoy most is the conversation while eating the food. It’s difficult to choose one dish the standard mashed potatoes and gravy is always a favorite of mine.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Brian.

    Nebraska Dave

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