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Thanksgiving 2012 in Pictures

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This quinoa salad recipe was actually from our wedding caterers – I’ll share the recipe soon! It’s awesome.

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My eyes were way bigger than my stomach and Matt ended up eating half my plate. :)

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The grand finale – homemade Pumpkin Chiffon pie courtesy of Matt. Delicious!

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I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! Good luck today if you’re hitting the stores. We’re steering clear and going hiking instead! :)

Comments

  1. 1
    Healthy Eater says:

    Looks very nice, Anne. Well done to you and the cooking team. And enjoy the hike; hope the weather cooperates…

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    The quinoa was my favorite! Can’t wait for the recipe!

  3. 3

    Mmmm, delicious-looking food! I’m sort of going Black Friday shopping–just hitting up my favorite biking and running stores. ;)

  4. 4

    Everything looks delicious! I also love the china! Now that Josh and I are starting the registration process I’m noticing all those little details! ;p

  5. 5

    Looks delicious! The quinoa salad was great at your wedding, yum!! Good call on the black friday plans.. hiking > crowded mall :)

  6. 6

    Anne!! very good!! all that I see looks delicious… the turkey I love it.

  7. 7

    I actually went to the store last night. It was crazy, but we got what we needed and some things we weren’t expecting to find.

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    What a healthy and delicious looking Thanksgiving!

  9. 9

    That pie looks DELICIOUS!

  10. 10

    Looks delish -and bravo to Matt for the Pumpkin Chiffon….Mmmm!!!
    Glad everyone enjoyed the special holiday dinner together :-)
    Wishing everyone a wonderful family weekend!
    Happy Thanksgiving
    :-)

  11. 11

    Where are the recipes to these yummy dishes?! I think I NEED them! :)

  12. 13

    Looks great Anne, did you prepare dinner this year. I remember my first Thanksgiving dinner. It turned out great. I have such a large family, I cooked two turkeys and a ham.

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    The quinoa looks really good. Like a healthier alternative for stuffing.

  14. 17

    Hi Anne,

    I have enjoyed reading your blog. I had to write because I was surprised and delighted to see that we share china. Mine originally belonged to my late mother-in-law and I cherish it. Do you ever post gluten-free recipes?

    • 18

      How cool! And I do occasionally post gluten-free recipes – if you look on my recipe page and search for “gluten free” you’ll find some things. I’ve noted in parenthesis after the recipe title if they are GF.

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