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Is your turkey thawing?


I have my turkey (actually a turkey breast) thawing in the refrigerator and have the menu planned and the ingredients at the ready. Ours will be a small gathering but enjoyable nontheless.

We are especially thankful this year that DD Megan's thyroid biopsy last week turned out benign. We have much to be thankful for including a warm comfortable home, provision for all we truly need, children, grandchildren, extended family, friends, a church which preaches the Bible, and other blessings too numerous to mention.

I've decided to make the Pumpkin Crunch dessert that I posted about here for Thanksgiving, but was in the mood for pie over the weekend. I made this Cranberry Apple Pie and it was delicious. The pie tastes sort of like a cherry pie with the combination of the apples and cranberries. I think it's going to be on the menu for Christmas at our house. But if you still haven't got your Thanksgiving menu written in stone you might want to try this recipe. Whatever is on your menu I hope you will each have a blessed Thanksgiving Day.

Becka


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2 Comments on “Is your turkey thawing?”

  1. #1 Ann B.
    on Nov 19th, 2012 at 9:10 pm

    Becka – I tried to add this to the molasses cookies comments but couldn’t get a comment box to come up. What do you think about this article about cooking with/eating butter?
    http://empoweredsustenance.com/5-reasons-why-butter-is-a-superfood/

  2. #2 Rhonda
    on Nov 20th, 2012 at 8:34 am

    MMMM. This pie looks delicious! But I think I’ll have to save it for the next holiday. 🙂 My turkey is thawing, and my menu (same as always!) is complete, but I have some last-minute grocery shopping to do today before the big preparations begin tomorrow. I had suggested to my family that we might try something new for the Thanksgiving menu, but my ideas were immediately rebuked. Tradition is more important than innovation in my little household! 🙂


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