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    Default Thanksgiving is tomorrow! What are you cooking?!

    What are you all making for Thanksgiving Dinner? Can't wait for Turkey Day!

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    Well, I'll be the odd one. I'm having no company and I'm off all week, so I've more or less done Thanksgiving cooking all week.

    Monday: turkey breast and pork loin, cherry pie
    Tuesday: turkey soup
    Today: baked sweet potatoes, squash-carrot-onion-cheese skillet

    Leftovers all week, but so good, they hardly count as leftovers!

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    We are having our day today. DH works tomorrow and the kids and I sit around in jammies and eat leftovers

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    Turkey, ham, dressing, sweet potatoes, squash, asparagus, green beans, ambrosia, waldorf, carrots, apple pie, pumpkin pie, blueberry cobbler.

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    Sounds delicious Donna! Can I come over today for a pre-Turkey Day meal? Haha

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    Mom 2-3, nothing beats jammies and leftovers! Love your photo!!

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    my inlaws are doing most of the cooking but I am making a pumpkin cheesecake... yum!

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    We are going to my brother's and then to my hubby's family, so no cooking but will bring back leftovers.

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    Made candied sweet potatoes and double chocolate biscotti to take to someone else's house. Will definately be wearing clothes that stretch tomorrow. lol

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    ~We're going to my parents' house. My mom does all the cooking although we hang out and I try to help.
    DH and I make a pumpkin pie together to take every year, I'm also making some real whipped cream and cranberry relish.
    I usually make more to take but we'll have only a small group this year so we're keeping it somewhat simple.~

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    I have to say, dessert is my favorite part on Thanksgiving. I'm an advocate for the Pampered Chef, here is a unique recipe I will be using.

    Pumpkin Chiffon Torte: The Pampered Chef, Ltd.

    I love pumpkin!

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    We are heading over to my BIL & SIL's tomorrow. They will be doing most of the cooking, however I am in charge of dessert. I will be making a pumpkin pie and 2 apple pies before we head out.
    We are staying until Saturday afternoon so we will will be eating leftovers all weekend.

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    There is only the four of us this year so we are going to be having a venison roast with all the trimmings. We had a big Thanksgiving Dinner about 3 weekends ago when hunting season first started and we had all the company here so tomorrow will be a simple meal. Then I will begin decorating for Christmas!




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    We are cooking Thanksgiving for the three of us and our neighbor who doesn't have close family.

    Appetizers:
    ~meat/cheese tray (all sliced/diced)
    ~lil smokies (need to thaw smokies)

    Main Meal:
    ~ham (this was on sale for 1.00$ a lb, got a huge huge ham that will create many meals, plus a free turkey because I bought the ham.)
    ~sweet potatoes (will get these ready today)
    ~green bean casserole (will get this ready tonight)
    ~pasta salad (veggies all diced, need to finished up)
    ~fresh fruit (Wesley's one request, just need to dice fruit)
    ~rolls (need to thaw)

    Desserts:
    ~no bake snickers cheesecake (will make today)
    ~Pumpkin bread (unthaw)

    Our neighbor is bringing wine, which i cannot have, and a banana cream pie.

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    I'm making 2 pecan pies this evening to bring to our friend's house where we were invited.

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