>Thanksgiving Menu

>One of the most wonderful things about living close to our families is that we get to see both sets of parents over the holidays. Years ago, my parents decided to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas on the day after each official holiday since my in laws have a larger family. We’ve been doing 2 day celebrations for almost 10 years and it’s been wonderful.

On Thanksgiving day, we will be at my in laws home and my mom in law will serve all the traditional Southern Thanksgiving foods – turkey, creamed potatoes, pinto beans, cornbread, and an assortment of veggies. On Friday, we’ll be at my parent’s house trying something new – a variety of appetizers throughout the day rather than another large meal. The menu includes:

Wishing you and your family a Thanksgiving richly blessed with laughter, hugs, and full of opportunities to make new memories – Happy Thanksgiving!

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