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Now for the news around here.
I have called this photo Big Bucks For Thanksgiving. I am including an image of a large buck that walked past my deck as we ate. He looked like he wanted to be fed too! I am sorry his antlers didn’t show up in the photo. He had 3 points on each side. Is that good? I hope everyone had a wonderful and peaceful Thanksgiving. We had my husbands side of the family as our guests this year. In addition to my boys and daughter-in-law and granddaughter we hosted 5 of my husbands siblings, their children and spouses and all their own children. Let me say we had a feast. This year I tried something new with the turkey. I didn’t need all the mess and wanted to entertain for a change. So we made the decision to serve frozen turkey breasts. We never serve the legs and wings anyway. They are saved for later. So I thawed my 4 breasts which totaled 32 lbs of meat. I cooked them on Wednesday, carved them and put them in the fridge. As much as I could most of the pies, cheesecakes, cookies and cannolis were made on Tuesday. The rest of the sides went into crock pots Thursday morning. Then I get a call from my daughter-in-law. A client of hers had gifted her a 20 pound fresh turkey. At this point I couldn’t think of anyone needing it so I prepared it. 42 lbs of turkey. The breasts cooked 2 at a time and the whole one was last. Nine hours later they were cooked, carved and the kitchen cleaned. In addition we had a whole boneless ham and a huge bowl of mostaccioli to serve. I am so glad as almost NONE of the main course was left. That clan can eat!! I sure hope you all had a great time.
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Take a look at my wonderful Features from last week!
Flocked Tabletop Tree In A Farmhouse Crate by Across the Blvd
Christmas Challenge by Paper Seedlings
The Christmas Pickle Tradition by Grammy’s Grid
Marzipan Gugelhupf With Candied Fruit by All That’s Jas
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Autumn Pumpkin Bread by Nancy On The Home Front
How To Overwinter Wandering Jew by Gwin Gal In and Out
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